Since nobody else is responding, a quick google search (which you have probably done, too) reveals that your guitar has a solid cedar top and laminated koa back and sides, and that reverb had one for sale for around $600 (same year, too.). Basically, it's a fairly standard mid-range classical -- many of those on the market by various brands, and not bad, but nothing special (and, with guitars in that price/quality range, some are better than others, as far as sound goes, by the luck of the draw). The koa is an oddity (and probably looks nice), but since it is laminate, it likely won't have any impact on the tone of the guitar.
A brand new classical guitar of solid-top and laminated back and sides (any brand) of comparable quality would likely be in the $600 range (give or take a couple hundred depending on various factors -- something like an exotic wood like koa may put it at the higher end), and resale value is usually about 50% of new, even for excellent condition (since the supply of classical guitars vastly exceeds the demand).
Best of luck.