Sample: Sold Car Price Tracker

Sold Car Prices

One of the most asked questions I get is: “What is my Talladega or Spoiler II worth?” It is a question that does not have an easy answer.

The amount may vary widely depending on the buyer and the seller. As the old saying goes: “It is worth what ever the buyer will pay and the seller will take!”

However, to help with this on-going question the Talladega Spoiler Registry will be tracking the prices of the sold prices of these cars. This will include cars sold on EBay, at auctions and, when available, private sale. We encourage you to send us information on the sale of any car you have knowledge of. Seller’s and buyer’s names will be kept confidential. We will use the VIN if it is publicly available. Please help us with this effort and we will all have a lot better basis to judge what that car we are looking at is really worth.

When possible please try to provide the following minimum information;

Date Sold -Type of Sale – VIN – Color – Engine – Color – Condition – Price

In addition to the price please also try to provide a condition number for the car as well. We encourage you to rate the car per the Old Car Report Price Guide condition codes listed at the bottom of the page.

If you know of one of these cars For Sale we encourage you to post that information on our Free Classifieds page for Team Members only.


  1. Im looking at a Spoiler II to buy, It’s all there, just needs paint and assembley. I have no idea what these are worth, at it’s present stage and after it’s done. Thanks Ted vin 9h15m565417

    1. Ted, you are asking an almost impossible question to answer accurately. The existing condition determines the price. Does the engine run; is the interior there and if so in what condition; how much rust and where; all the front end sheet metal there; is it totally torn apart or just major elements? A beautiful condition 1 Spoiler II can be $75,000 but it would need to be concours perfect. A nice street quality driver can go as low as $18,000. Your car is a Dan Gurney which is more rare than the Cale Yarborough and will have some impact on price but not a great deal.

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