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  • Dick Steinkamp
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    Everybody's idea of "driver condition" and "fair price" are different. If you could post a picture, that would help.

    To me, driver condition would mean no pits, shiny chrome, no dents or scrapes. The next step up would be "show chrome". I would guess replating a good core to show chrome status would run $1500 or more.

    Here's a "driver quailty" front chrome center piece on my '55 Cdan...



    I sold the whole car for about $5k...



    The center section fits ALL '55 passenger cars.

    I would guess one in this condition might go $500.

    Again, if YOUR idea of "driver condition" is less than this, the price would be less.

    Dick Steinkamp
    Bellingham, WA

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  • dean pearson
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    No, the center chrome not including the "v" piece.

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  • dean pearson
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    Ok Thats what I was offered minus one 0+

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  • DEEPNHOCK
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    $1000+

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  • dean pearson
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    O.K., 28 reads and no responses I doubt that no one knows... Is it possible no one cares?...
    Or is it that the first 28 are all CASO'S,
    Thanks,
    Dean.

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  • dean pearson
    started a topic quick question/quick response?

    quick question/quick response?

    What is a fair (non caso) price for a 55 front chrome center piece
    driver condition.
    FAIR AND NON CASO EQUALLY IMPORTANT.
    Dean.[?]
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