I followed a guy building a wooden boat on YouTube for three years. The guy was the most meticulous person I think I’ve ever seen, ending every video by updating his material costs and time spent. The boat turned out beautiful and I don’t think I disagreed with hardly anything he did. He has no plans to sell but if he did, an “expert” would say it’s not worth as much as a vintage Chris Craft and, of course, worth a fraction of his time input. Having watched it being built I and probably others would pay Chris Craft money for it. So, you build things for the enjoyment and completion of the process and get what someone is willing to pay for the decisions, precision and quality you put in. This is a great car Ed.