Looks like a very nice car. It will be much more valuable and well worth your time and expense (unless you don't have mechanical skills) to get the car in good running condition and drive around a little. Post some pictures of the engine, interior, close up of any worn paint areas, and look for rust. You could get around $10,000 or more if it runs great, has a clean, detailed engine, has like new interior, good tires, and no rust. It should have a fan shroud on the new radiator too. Drop that price in half if it has light rust, doesn't run well, interior is worn/torn, corroded engine compartment, electrical issues, etc. You also have to search the CL markets around GA and other southeastern states. I live in CA and the prices tend to be higher here.