Websites that provide the current value of classic cars include NADAGuides.com and Hemmings.com. NADA, or the National Automobile Dealers Association, lists values on classic, muscle, exotic and collectible cars that are in operable condition.
NADAGuides.com offers a classic car research center and a buying tips. NADA covers vehicles from 1926 to 2015. Site visitors can search by make, model and year. For example, a search for a 1952 Chevy links to a comprehensive list of models with values on the low, average and high side.
Hemmings.com uses a Haggerty evaluation tool that analyzes data on post-war cars from a variety of sources to determine an accurate and realistic value. Auctions, asking prices, dealer sales and peer-to-peer sales are all factored into a price. A site user can enter a vehicle make and model or search by VIN number. This site also provides information on market trends and ratings.