87 Audi 5000 price ?
audiv8 at 1stchoicegranite.com
Sun Sep 8 00:25:04 EDT 1996
I would venture a guess of $1,000 to $2,500. I sold my 1990 with 170K miles
in 1999 for $4,400.
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From: "Ice Cat ^. .^ ~" <iceisit at earthlink.net>
To: <quattro at audifans.com>
Sent: Saturday, September 07, 2002 10:26 PM
Subject: 87 Audi 5000 price ?
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> We need to sell one of our cars
> 87 Audi 5000 S
> 2.3 liter
> Mileage: approximately 175,000
> Cloth interior but in very nice condition -
> new transmission--probably about 2-3 months of driving
> mechanically good except
> AC seems to be seized
> body dented several places, tiny bit of rust
> rides nice
> From cars.com:
> Vehicle Value (Unadjusted) $20,500 $2,325
> Additional Equipment:
> Cruise Control $40
> Locks, Power Door $40
> Transmission, Automatic $160
> Wheels, Premium $70
> Sunroof, Power $70
> Total Equipment Adjustment $380
> Mileage Adjustment N/A
> Total Vehicle Value (Adjusted) $2,705
> From kbb.com:
> Consumer Rated Condition: Fair
> "Fair" condition means that the vehicle probably has some mechanical
> or cosmetic defects, but is still in safe running condition. The
> paint, body and/or interior need work to be performed by a
> professional in order to be sold.
> The tires need to be replaced. There may be some repairable rust
> damage. The value of cars in this category may vary widely. A clean
> title history is assumed.
> Private Party Value $905
> From edmunds.com:
> Trade-in Private
> Party Dealer Retail
> Base Price $1,366
> $1,751 $2,393
> Optional Equipment $31 $41
> Color Adjustment $0
> $0 $0
> Regional Adjustment $-52 $-67
> Mileage Adjustment $-683 $-683
> Condition Adjustment $-295 $-372
> Total $367 $670
> So do I add the numbers up and divide by 3 ? That would be $1426.
> Does any body want to wager what a car of this vintage would go for?
> The interior is pretty good, but the body needs work along with the
> AC. Tranny is new, and so are some other parts, but the odometer
> doesn't work.
> Does the old rule of thumb, that a car that runs pretty well but
> isn't much to look at goes for about $1,000.
> Or would it be more? Or less because of the problems?
> Cheers, Fay
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