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I have a white and silver van Calais, stock with 156 k on the clock. I was wondering how much it would be worth, as I’m thinking of selling it, thanks

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How much is a 1 dollar silver certificate from 1957 series


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Seal Type: All 1957 $1 silver certificates have the same seal type.Varieties: These can be noted as series of 1957, series of 1957A, or series of 1957B.
Portrait: George Washington
Value: There aren't any special 1957 $1 silver certificates. Most sell for around $1.50. Notes in perfect condition are worth closer to $3. That price information applies to both 1957A and 1957B notes as well. Star notes are worth a little bit more money, but they are still extremely common. I looked at couple different sites seems pretty common that year.

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Welcome to the wonderful world of fancy bells and whistles that come with only one guarantee...they are guaranteed to break at some point and will most likely cost you more than what the vehicle is worth to get them fixed. Most people do not think of these things when they buy a vehicle. They just think it is too cool that they can make the entire side of the van open up by pressing a little button on a key fob. You end up with a broken play-toy and the manufacturer laughs all the way to the bank as they sell yet more bells and whistles to the next unsuspecting consumer....

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Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais were made from1978-1991, and yes there were manual trans as well as automatic trans.

Here's some History on the Cutlass Calais.


March 1982 to replace Starfire, Lansing's version of the front-drive 101.2-inch-wheelbase corporate J-body subcompact failed to attract more than about 45,000 customers in most years -- except for 1984, when it garnered a credit­able 82,500 -- even though Olds tried most everything it could think of to sell it.

1988 the Firenza had offered all the J body styles, sporty GT and SX variants, overhead-valve and overhead-cam fours, optional V-6, and a confusing procession of price-leader and luxury models. But nothing seemed to work, and Olds gave up after '88. Firenza was no great loss, though, because 1985 brought a more-sale-able small Olds in the N-body Calais, called Cutlass Calais after 1988. Sized between Firenza and Omega on a 103.4-inch wheelbase, it bowed as a rounded, short-deck coupe in two versions: base and -- just to confuse things -- Supreme. Four-door sedans were added for 1986.
There was a lot of J-car engineering under the "modern formal" styling, and initial engine choices were the Ciera's familiar Pontiac-built four and 3.0-liter Buick V-6. Even so, customers generally liked this new bottle of old wine, snapping up 100,000-plus in the first year and better than 150,000 of the '86s -- about midway between the similar Pontiac Grand Am and Buick Skylark/Somerset.
For 1988, Calais coupes and sedans grouped into base, luxury SL, and sporty International Series (the last replacing a GT package option), but the big news was the first twin cam, 16-valve four-cylinder engine in American production, the Quad-4. Designed and built by Olds and offered as an across-the-board Calais option, it delivered 150 rather rough and noisy horses, but was claimed capable of much more.
Olds proved it by adding a tuned 180-bhp version for 1989. A more-useful option that year was a new 3.3-liter derivative of the 173-cid Chevrolet-sourced V-6. Replacing the Buick-built 3.0, it also produced 160 bhp -- and more torque than even the "High Output" Quad-4. To fill in for the departed Firenza, prosaically named Value Leader Calais models appeared for '89 with less standard equipment and restricted options but lower prices.
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Even a hallowed name on an honestly speedy little car couldn't convince many that Olds still specialized in high performance the way it had in the '50s and '60s.

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