If it is in good condition or better, I say yes. However, more detail is necessary to better evaluate. Is it an Offical Police (medium frame) in .38 Special, a Police Positive or Police Positive Special (small frames) in .32 NP, .32 Colt, .32-20, .38, .38 Special? Barrel length, blue or nickel, fixed or adjustable sights?
All off these determine if it is a good deal or a GREAT deal.
I am a S&W guy so I wasn't looking for a Colt and don't know a whole lot but here is what I remember.
The gun was pretty small, smaller then a old Smith M&P.
I'm pretty sure it was a .32 cal pistol. It was blued and looked to have at least 80-90 or better finish left. It was in A box but I'm not sure if it was the original box. It has those really small black rubber type colt grips. I think it was a 4" barrel.
Sounds like a Police Positive or PP Special; the Special is a longer frame version of the Police Positive. If it is chambered in .32 New Police (same as .32 S&W Long) or in .32-20, should make a great shooter. I'd give $100 for one in either caliber in that condition.
[This message has been edited by Muley Gil (edited 02-04-2005).]