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How much is a 1967 Austin-Healey 3000 usually worth?

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As of May 2015, a 1967 Austin-Healey 3000, 2-door convertible with a 6-cylinder engine has an average worth of about $61,835. A car in No. 1 condition is valued at about $139,000. In No. 2 condition, its value is about $89,000, No. 3, about $57,800 and No. 4, about $40,100.

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A car in No. 1 condition, described as concours, is in the world's best condition. It is the right color and is perfectly groomed down to the tread of its tires. A car in No. 2 condition, described as excellent, is typically a No.1 car that someone has been driving, or the vehicle has aged, but it drives like a new vehicle. A car in No. 3 condition, described as good, runs and drives well, but there are problems with some of its parts. A car in No. 4 condition has obvious visible flaws and is described as fair.

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