Was the car new or used when you put in in service? If new, the value would be what you paid for it. If used, try a local bank or credit union to see if they have old editions of Kelley Blue Book. Also some libraries have these books. Worst case, go to www.kelleybluebook.com and look up the trade in value for the same model car that would be the same age today as yours was in 1998.
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