Kelly blue book for jet ski

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Kelley Blue Book (KBB) has been publishing pricing information since 1925. Currently you can get blue book prices either online or from their printed books.

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The Muntz Car Company was established in 1950, in Glendale, California , by Earl "Madman" Muntz , a well known local used car dealer and electronics retailer. It closed in 1954. [1] Muntz was assisted by Frank Kurtis , who had earlier attempted to produce a sports car under the Kurtis Kraft marque (the Kurtis Kraft Sport, which sold just 36 units by 1950). [2]

In 1951, Kurtis sold the license to manufacture the cars to Muntz, who rebadged them as the " Muntz Jet ", extended the body to make it a 4-seater, and exchanged the Ford engine with a larger Cadillac V8. Later, this engine would be replaced with a less expensive Lincoln side-valve V8. [3]

The car, a sports coupe , was first built in Glendale, but manufacture soon moved to a new factory in Evanston, Illinois . It featured its own unique design, with aluminum body panels and a removable fiberglass top that were manufactured in-house. [3] Other parts (such as the engines) were sourced from other manufacturers. It was capable of 112 mph, [3] a significant achievement for a road car at the time. It was featured on the cover of the September 1951 issue of Popular Science (with a Jaguar and an MG ).