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HEY guys i have an old ithaca model 37 from the sixtys if you can tell me what its worth i would appreciate it.

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from Treestand wrote 3 years 23 weeks ago

Need more Info??? Gauge,Bbl",vent-rib,Slug Bbl,English Ultra,Featherlight,Supereme Grade??????

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from FirstBubba wrote 3 years 23 weeks ago

Value is very hard to determine without actually seeing the firearm.
Degree of bluing.
Model variation.(if any)
Gauge.
Choke.
Barrel condition.
Wood condition.
Originality.
The Ithaca of the 60's is not what one would consider a classic or collector's item, but they were well built shotguns that were dependable and performed well. The quirk was the fact that there was no ejection port. The Mod 12 Win was THE pump of the day, if you could afford it, with the 870 Rem coming into it's own with the Mod 12 on it's way out (1963?).
Low price sold tons of Mossberg's and Ted Williams guns through the "Outlet Houses" of the day! (Sears, Montgomery Wards, JC Penney(?), Western Auto!)

Bubba

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from 99explorer wrote 3 years 23 weeks ago

With over two million Model 37's produced, resale value would not be very high. Condition is everything in grading used firearms, but I would not expect it to be worth more than $300 in excellent condition.
I own one myself, and I think very highly of it.

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from Jere Smith wrote 3 years 23 weeks ago

Only realistic answer I could find, I saw one @ C*b*l*s for $449

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you have to look up your serial number find the year of Birth on WWW.SURPLUSRIFLEFORUM.COM in thier search engine type in ITHACA 37 DOM there you'll find a serial Number chart Date your shotgun then look in Blue book for pricing an Ithaca Model 37, I would say anywhere from $100 to $500 depend on year,condition,factory origional parts and all , also the gauge if it a 12ga or 16ga , 0r 20 ga I've notice a gun shows 16ga were worth more but also harder to find than a more common 12ga and 20ga

A Model 37 for $100 would be a gold mine or was run over by a truck and found in a cow stall. These shotguns are favored by utility shooters and I myself find it difficult to find a website that wants to nail down a real value range for these guns. Sure there are variations and date ranges but compared to almost every other gun I've researched the Model 37 Featherweight Pre-1986 is frustrating. Most require you join or pay a subscription fee to, maybe get the answer your truly looking for. In the end it's only worth what someone offers you, but for insurance purposes it would be nice to find values more easily.

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from woodsmanj35 wrote 3 years 23 weeks ago

It is worth more to you as a gun in your collection that you can get for resale value. You won't get much of of it.They are top of the line, keep it.

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from Treestand wrote 3 years 23 weeks ago

Need more Info??? Gauge,Bbl",vent-rib,Slug Bbl,English Ultra,Featherlight,Supereme Grade??????

+3 Good Comment? | | Report
from FirstBubba wrote 3 years 23 weeks ago

Value is very hard to determine without actually seeing the firearm.
Degree of bluing.
Model variation.(if any)
Gauge.
Choke.
Barrel condition.
Wood condition.
Originality.
The Ithaca of the 60's is not what one would consider a classic or collector's item, but they were well built shotguns that were dependable and performed well. The quirk was the fact that there was no ejection port. The Mod 12 Win was THE pump of the day, if you could afford it, with the 870 Rem coming into it's own with the Mod 12 on it's way out (1963?).
Low price sold tons of Mossberg's and Ted Williams guns through the "Outlet Houses" of the day! (Sears, Montgomery Wards, JC Penney(?), Western Auto!)

Bubba

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from 99explorer wrote 3 years 23 weeks ago

With over two million Model 37's produced, resale value would not be very high. Condition is everything in grading used firearms, but I would not expect it to be worth more than $300 in excellent condition.
I own one myself, and I think very highly of it.

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from Jere Smith wrote 3 years 23 weeks ago

Only realistic answer I could find, I saw one @ C*b*l*s for $449

How much is a ithaca model 37 feather weight 12 gauge pump worth?
In: Ithaca Firearms [Edit categories]
Ithaca Model 37www.Shopping.com
Find great deals and save! Compare products, prices & stores
Ads by Google
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you have to look up your serial number find the year of Birth on WWW.SURPLUSRIFLEFORUM.COM in thier search engine type in ITHACA 37 DOM there you'll find a serial Number chart Date your shotgun then look in Blue book for pricing an Ithaca Model 37, I would say anywhere from $100 to $500 depend on year,condition,factory origional parts and all , also the gauge if it a 12ga or 16ga , 0r 20 ga I've notice a gun shows 16ga were worth more but also harder to find than a more common 12ga and 20ga

A Model 37 for $100 would be a gold mine or was run over by a truck and found in a cow stall. These shotguns are favored by utility shooters and I myself find it difficult to find a website that wants to nail down a real value range for these guns. Sure there are variations and date ranges but compared to almost every other gun I've researched the Model 37 Featherweight Pre-1986 is frustrating. Most require you join or pay a subscription fee to, maybe get the answer your truly looking for. In the end it's only worth what someone offers you, but for insurance purposes it would be nice to find values more easily.

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from woodsmanj35 wrote 3 years 23 weeks ago

It is worth more to you as a gun in your collection that you can get for resale value. You won't get much of of it.They are top of the line, keep it.

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