What do you think a 1964 Coleman tent trailer would be worth today?
Coleman entered the tent trailer market officially in 1967 after the purchase of the Regis-Trimline company out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They started advertising in magazines like Better Camping and Camping Guide around November-December of 1966. Coleman did have tent trailers manufactured for them like the Carbana in 1960. If this is one of those trailers and is in decent shape it might have collectable value. Maybe it is worth donating or selling to a RV museum, like the RV Heritage Museum in Elkhart, IN?
It is accurate to think of it this way: A top-flight, prime quality horse: What you would pay today for a new car. A usable, "no big problems" horse: What you would pay today for a good used car. The monetary exchange, with what the dollar was worth then, and what the dollar is worth now is about equal.
Here is the correct answer to this: $100 in 1929 would have been worth what they considered to be $100. When referring to buying power, $100 from 1929 would have bought approximately $1300 dollars worth of goods in today's time. Conversely, $100 from 1929 today would buy you about 5 or 6 current dollars worth of goods. -------- "I think this is a silly question. 100 will always be 100.........."
I'm assuming you're speaking of a random $2 bill that you might find in circulation today. They are worth every bit of two dollars. People have a tendency to think things like this are worth extra just because they don't see them too often. There are thousands of two dollar bills sitting in drawers today that are worth.....$2.00
U_might_think_that_they_are_worth_a_lot_of_money._But_really_there_not_:(_they_are_just_about_worth_the_same_(maybe_less)_then_they_were_when_u_bought_it._Sorry_:(">U might think that they are worth a lot of money. But really there not :( they are just about worth the same (maybe less) then they were when u bought it. Sorry :( Please do not take this info seriously ^^