Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: Kitchener, Ontario Canada
moparman: You've asked a popular question, and the short answer is the value cannot be determined without really examining your specific cars.
So much depends on the condition of the car, is it numbers matching, is it original, is it correct, is it unrestored, what options are on it, what are the numbers, the codes...on and on (and on).
Anyone who offers you a quick figure without examining these issues doesn't really have any idea at all. That's why the ever popular value guides are so misleading, they give general info only and do not take into account many, many factors specific to anyones' car...and they can't, because there are too many factors to list.
Location does have some bearing on it also! And just as Big Dave pointed out, beauty truly is in the eye of the beholder. But if you research your cars to the point where you can answer the questions I listed in detail, you can probably figure out a pretty accurate idea of the value from a collectable standpoint.
If you want or need help with that...decoding or otherwise, just post your questions here. I'll answer any that I can and there are many other good folks on here who can also.