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Break or Sell complete?

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by barnzy, Jun 15, 2013.

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    Okay this is very time consuming selling parts off my audi.... i might just bang the car on ebay with its loaded spec on an auction..... what you all think?

    if i do what should i expect to make from a full car?
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    Is it cat c, cat d?

    Probably easier to repair then sell mate!
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    Cat C mate, its going on ebay for bidding!
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    I would say break because I think you will probably get more for it in parts but it could take a while and you have to factor in your time and storage .
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    "I am injured and can work on the car" lol
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    ahhh auto correct on the mac its a killer
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    you found that quick mr sliced!
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    And so should other ebayers ;) :D

    Still saying spend about £400 on cheap bodywork repair and you could probably get 2,5 for it!
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    someone offered me £1000 for it do i take that as an insult?
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    give it time, its only been up a very short while
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