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value of car please

Discussion in 'Classic Audi Forum' started by andyh7777, Mar 7, 2006.

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    [Mar 7, 2006]
    hi all,
    can anybody please give me an accurate valuation (uk £) of a 1992 k reg audi cabriolet in vgc that has a fsh and has covered 100k miles. i am finding many different valuations so really need something accurate.
    thanks a lot guys /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/noidea.gif
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    hi rev,

    thx for your link, ive looked on ebay etc, prices still fluctuate.
    i really need a "book price" as the car is not bog standard by any means it is a stunning midnight blue with 18" oxygin 3, alloys tasteful bodykit, full leather interior, dvd player, top of the range clifford security, private plate worth £1,000, apline 6.1 stereo and basically immaculate.
    the reason i need such an accurate price is due to impending bankruptcy the car will be taken as an asset, as i know the car is a lot more valuable than the "book price" which is how the recievers value it, i will have to sell it for the "book price" wink wink, and declare that amount to the reciever! know what i mean..........
    cheers
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    by the way, the prices i get range from £2,500-£3,300.....(bog standard car) is that roughly about right??
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    Put the value down as £2,000 and they might even let you keep it. Tell them you need transport for work or to look for work.
    I valued my 1990 coupe quattro 20v at £250 quid /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/blush.gif when i went through similar circumstances last year and they let me keep it /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/lol.gif
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    yeah, i could try underpricing it but guess they arent stupid and will go with a book price, not sure how they value it, reeaaallly dont want to lose it though, so will try and figure out a way to keep it somehow, have been told that they may let u keep a car up to the value of £3,000 but as its at the top end of that price will prob lose it, but u never know i suppose.

    will post a couple of pics in a few days, camera broken!!!!
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