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It's more like watching the market and seeing what similar cars are getting. The sum of all parts plus labor and then some will be waaay more than your car is worth, especially on your 66 coupe.

If you give us a list of what you have done to your car, what remains to be done (or what is wrong with it) and some pictures, we can help you determine a realistic price range for your car.
 

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I just read the subject of your post, and realize you are asking a different question than I originally thought. For agreed upon value, put the price of what it would cost you to replace your car.

This probably will not be as high as all of the parts you have bought, because you could buy a nicer car to begin with, but will likely be more than your car is worth on the open marker.
 
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