# SOLUTION: In 1955 an antique car that originally cost \$3,668 is valued today at \$62,125 if in excellent condition, which is 1¾ times as much as a car in very nice condition—if you can find a

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 Question 395484: In 1955 an antique car that originally cost \$3,668 is valued today at \$62,125 if in excellent condition, which is 1¾ times as much as a car in very nice condition—if you can find an owner willing to part with one for any price.What would be the value of the car in very nice conditionAnswer by josmiceli(9697)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Let = value of car in very nice condition In very nice condition, it is worth \$35,500