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PostPosted: Thu Apr 17, 2003 6:12 pm 
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model 500

Q does anybody know what an ithaca model 500 o/u shotgun is worth. looking at picking up a 20 gauge for hunting

A According to the Gun Traders Guide it should be worth around $425

Model 37
"S" series

Q How much is this worth if it is in perfect condition and well taken care of?

A The Ithaca 37 S , according to my sources was only made from 1937- 1955 but is valued at $425
But I have 23 versions of the 37 listed ...they vary in price from $200 to $525 except for the "thousand dollar" grade guns

37 Featherlight
Q I bought my Ithaca Model 37 Featherlite with a 8 shot
capacity with a 20" DSPS barrel, in 1982. I would like to sell it to a
friend of mine. The Gun is in terriffic shape, not even used the last 10
years. I just want to get a fair price.

A MODEL 37 FEATHERLIGHT STANDARD
- 12, 16, or 20 ga., bottom ejection, 4 shot mag., 26, 28, or 30 in. barrel, hammerless, take down, any standard choke. Mfg. 1937-disc.
100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
$250 $225 $195 $175 $160 $140 $125
Add 25% for 16 or 20 ga.

model 51
Q A friend has an Ithaca mod 51 no rib, older model, 20 gauge. He'd like to sell it but has no idea of it's worth. What would be a fiar price to offer.

A MODEL 51A FEATHERLIGHT STANDARD
- 12 or 20 ga., 30 in. full, 28 in. full or mod., 26 in. imp. cyl., gas operated, autoloading, checkered pistol grip stock. Vent. rib became standard during late production. Mfg. 1970-1985.
100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
Older models (no VR)
$250 $230 $200 $180 $165 $150 $130

MODEL 66
Q I'm wondering if you have any idea what it was worth.
It was a M-66 super single 20 gauge, 3" chamber Ithica.

A "Ithaca MODEL 66
- 12, 20 ga., or .410 bore single shot lever action, field gun only. Mfg.
1963-78.
100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
$125 $95 $90 $75 $70 $65 $55
Add 33% to .410 bore.
Add 25% for VRs that were also available on special order. "


Ithaca 600
Q I have an Ithaca mod. 600 O/U in .20ga that I bought about 10-12 years ago. The serial # is CF662972. The gun is in excellent condition and I was wondering what it's value is. I don't know much about it and haven't been able to find much on the net so far, other than I'm told it's a very good gun. I bought it from a guy who needed some money and didn't have the manuals ect.
A Ithaca imported the 600, it was manufactured by SKB. there are four variations but all fall in the mid $500's. Produced between 66-76 depending on variation. these guys should be able to provide manuals and answer your questions www.skbshotguns.com/index.html <http://www.skbshotguns.com/index.html>


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