Should I buy a 1991 Audi 200 Turbo Quattro? - need help!
ekellock at juno.com
Sun Oct 20 14:04:41 EDT 2002
If you're buying not selling I'd start at no more than 5k and go from
there. CA isn't like CO in regard to these. Red and gray will probably
be touted as worth some flash, but your position should be that it's an
11 year old car with 120k and an expensive one to maintain. Be sure to
point out any flaw, real or percieved, as a significant one to you that
needs to be evaluated and repaired if necessary. Personally, the "ring
brakes" or UFO's as they are more commonly referred to here, would be an
asset to me if I were the prospective buyer. If the seller is another
lister then I would not do the hardball buyer program as I suggested
above. You still need to be sure to evaluate it appropriately. If it's a
dealer, do your best to steal it from them. ;-)
On Sun, 20 Oct 2002 11:52:18 -0700 (PDT) robert weinberg
<centaurus3200 at yahoo.com> writes:
> hi all,
> what is a fair price to pay for a 1991 220q20v with
> 120K in california? red with gray leather. very well
> as i do not know the specifics of the car just yet,
> what would be a fair price with ring brakes and with
> out. with working a/c and without.
> i checked edmunds and they state $5300-6200. dealer
> wholesale in the $4500 range. edmunds can be pretty
> brutal with their "lowballing", but what do you guys
> see ya,
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