Drivers can find the National Automobile Dealers Association, or NADA values for classic cars by visiting the company's website and entering the car's information. The site works for all kinds of classic cars including exotic models, muscle cars and trucks.
On the main page, click the "Start Here" button. The next page contains almost all car manufacturers. Select the one that best fits the automobile and on the next page, choose a year and model. The following page allows drivers to select specifications and options the car may include. Finally, the last page has a number of different values, based on the car's condition. The values are listed as low, average and high retail.
Low retail lists the car's value if it needs minor reconditioning and the car's interior and exterior show normal wear. Average retail is for a car that is completely operational and in good overall condition. High retail applies to a vehicle that has been restored to excellent condition. There should be little to no wear showing on the inside or outside of the vehicle and no need to do any kind of reconditioning.
Sometimes, the price of a vehicle will be higher or lower, depending on extra features like convertible tops and removable hard tops.