What would you value my car at?

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Hi, I bought this car needing a new water pump for a stupidly low price, I've replaced it plus a few other bits and I am now looking to sell it. What should I be roughly asking for it?

Audi A4 '53 2.0 FSI Automatic
New timing belt
water pump
tyres
plus 12 months MOT

Thanks for any help :)

20180912 131019 min
 
Look on Auto trader & Egay, see what others are asking for their motors, what they ask & what they get are two different things.
 
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I would say the £1500 is about right if not a little high, as there is a quattro sport Avant on ebay for £1800 which has not shifted. Regardless of the MOT and the work done it's still a 15 year old car. Just stick it up for the money you want if you get no interest then you will you know your price is too high, and you will have to start dropping it.
 
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Looks nice but 2.0 N/A engine's and automatic transmissions are unfortunately not very desirable, I'd put it up for 1k and take 800+ personally but as said just depends how long your willing to wait.

I'd imagine how you've only had the car a couple months will work against you too if the buyer asks unless you have a convincing story of why it's up for grabs.
 
Looks nice but 2.0 N/A engine's and automatic transmissions are unfortunately not very desirable, I'd put it up for 1k and take 800+ personally but as said just depends how long your willing to wait.

I'd imagine how you've only had the car a couple months will work against you too if the buyer asks unless you have a convincing story of why it's up for grabs.

I've had the car a few months because it needed fixing, so I fixed it, never intending to drive it. Will that work against me?
 
I've had the car a few months because it needed fixing, so I fixed it, never intending to drive it. Will that work against me?

Depends who's buying it, if you seem like a convincing enough mechanic or car salesman that was never intent on keeping the car then you might be able to get away with it but as far as I'm aware I haven't met you to judge and I won't be the buyer anyway so it doesn't make any odds what I think.
 

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