I have a dozen or two model cars in a box in the basement that are just collecting dust and starting to fall apart with age. I built all of them in the 1970s and very early 1980s. The usual stuff: '66 Malibu, Camaros, Novas, etc., etc. Mostly Monogram, with a coupe Revell and/or AMT kits. Also one of those big Trans Ams and a metal '67 Vette model. They sat on a shelf for 20 years in my parents' house, then in a box in their attic for another 5 or 10, so a lot of them have parts falling off, etc. Are they worth trying to sell? I'm guessing that only mint-in-box, unbuilt models from that era are worth money? Most of these are all built, and most of them are modified or customized in some way. Many of them I painted. All of them are built competently, but by a kid or teen not an adult. (The funniest modification I did is when I put the LT-1 350 from a '69 Nova kit into a '78 Monza kit, in place of the 305 it came with. As if it mattered - they're both little tiny plastic small-block Chevy motors! What's really funny is that I still know that 25 years later. It has 6-2s on it. I was big on mix-and-match from different kits and LOVED the Monogram kits that let you build multiple ways because it meant leftover parts for other cars!) I have no where to put them and we need more space in the basement so they have just got to go. -If they have zero value, I'll give them to Goodwill or something. -If they have just a little value, I'll donate them to the HAMB drags next year. -If they have enough value to make it worthwhile, I'll eBay them and use the cash to buy parts for my '51 Chevy. What do you think? Junk, treasure, or somewhere in between?