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Just a quick one. How much (and not in that way)?

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    [Nov 19, 2008]
    I have seen an Audi A4 B5 facelift (T reg) 2.5tdi Quattro in a local auction. It seems to have everything bar leather interior that I can see. It has 87k on the clock. I was wondering how much anyone would pay for it? roughly?
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    just got back from the auction. it went for £1150! couldn't believe it. A BMW 33d, 52 reg, 127k miles with everything bar sunroof, £3015. Cheap as anything, couldn't believe it
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    i take it your not trade then. to me these still seem quite high , at the moment there are some unbelievable bargains out there i see them nearly every day
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    No, I'm not. really, I thought they were low, especially the BMW, which, in Parkers guide, is as a poor private £6035, and this one was in great condition. What is a good figure then?
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    [Nov 19, 2008]
    36 24 34 IMHO :hubbahubba:


    sorry, couldn't resist.
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    [Nov 20, 2008]
    yes bmw good price , have seen audis cheaper though.

    just as examples 2000 v8 ml full merc history mint 3400, subaru sti ra colin macrae edition low miles mint 1800, today bilabong clio 2 years old light front with parts to repair 2300, and there was another car but cant tell you how cheap that was cos i bought it. also porsche cayennes doing about 12-14 (have been told glasses guide now has a section for cars to avoid cos resale is so bad cayennes are top of the list) and have a look what pheatons are doing one in trader i think its still there for 12k two years old!!!!
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    Ridiculous ain't it. I mean, I've spent close 1600 on the Stinky this year to keep it functioning, still with an undiagnosed ABS fault, busted air con pipe, timing belt due in 4 months.... I mean, these examples are mostly high end and the more 'economical' vehicles are holding value a wee bit better but even still!!

    There are some major bargains out there!
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    It makes me wonder why I'm spending all this money keeping mine running, when they seem to be becoming more and more disposable
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