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I got 99 Fleetwood limited looking to sell but not sure what value is these cars, would like find
an enthusiast to buy it, any help would be great
 

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Re: 1999 Fleetwood Limited

Check KBB and post it in the classified section.
 

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Re: 1999 Fleetwood Limited

There is no KBB value listed on this car, any other ideas?
 

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Yeah, being a '99 it's not gonna matter (or differ) very much.

The other option is to find like vehicles on autotrader or cars.com and see what their "asking" price is, keeping in mind, that is usually more than they are worth (or will sell for).
 

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maeng9981 said:
I bet since it's a stretched Deville, it'd be similar to a Deville of the same year.
It should be and sometimes is. BUT, there's always the person who stresses it as a limited production, coach built car, and wants crazy money for them.
 

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They only made less than 800 of them. That should be worth something. If it's in very nice condition and always stored inside, like some time capsules we see from time to time, I would think it could be worth quite a bit more than a Deville. I'm pretty sure if the right guy fell in love with it, $5k would seem cheap. If it's getting weathered and showing it's age then it might be hard to get $1500 for it.
 
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