Blue Book Value


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Blue Book Value

The market value of an automobile as determined by the Kelley Blue Book. The blue book value is used as a guideline for car dealers and others who buy and sell used cars.
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Three models were used to determine what factors influence the premium over Kelly Blue Book value or whether the car sold.
Blue Book value 11,000 Total $216,800 LIABILITIES Student Loans (his) $6,000 Credit Cards (his) 4,700 Car Note 6,000 Credit Cards (hers) 8,000 Mortgage 141,000 Total $165,700 Net Worth $51,100
If it is damaged or otherwise doesn't function well, the valuation should be less than the blue book value.
And keep in mind that that $37 million is the money raised by selling the cars--it's a fraction of the amount taken in tax deductions by those who were able to deduct the full Blue Book value of their cars.
In the case where liens on cars exceed the Kelly Blue Book value, American Auto Logistics will seek settlement with both the member and lien holder.
"Even if the clubs were custom-fit for you, you can still trade them in for fair value (similar to a Kelly Blue Book value for clubs)."
The compensation included free use of a rental car for 30 days, American Blue Book value reimbursement for damaged vehicles, and the free shipment of a second vehicle from the United States.
This example is about 95 percent condition in my opinion with a Blue Book value estimate of $800.
The blue book value of the pickup alone is more than $17,000, and the motorcycles and ATVs sell for several thousand dollars each.
Blue Book value; payments in excess of the $20,000 limitation; and free use of a rental car for 30 days, or $1,000 in lieu of a rental car.
Blue Book value of their vehicles, said Bill Antonelli, Vice President, American Auto Logistics, Inc.
If you find one at the current Blue Book values, buy it immediately.