Oh, yum, yum! Slurrrp, drool! ...well, maybe
benswann at verizon.net
Mon Nov 23 17:20:37 PST 2009
Having owned several of the '91 2ctq20v avants as well as other '91 2Ctqs, and even
more pre '91's,
I'll pretty much concur with the price of $7500 - for a near perfect, well-maintined,
and stock engine.
It could be even more if all suspension rubber and mechanicals replaced, but not likely
on this low miles.
I am of the opinion that these cars are worth far more intrincally than they tend to get
on the market. It is a great car, but not necessarily a great value if trying to sell
or resell and the avant is a car that one buys to keep - won't sell mine for under $9k
even if someone ponied up.
[Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2009 18:12:24 -0500
From: "Roger Woodbury" <rmwoodbury at roadrunner.com>
Subject: Oh, yum, yum! Slurrrp, drool! ...well, maybe
To: <V8 at audifans.com>
Cc: 200q20v at audifans.com
I wonder if anyone else has seen the "feeler" on the Audifans for sale page.
A 1991 200 20valve Avant with 75,000 miles?
The feeler is from someone feeling about for his friend. Ah, huh. Well, perhaps. The
asking price on the header is over fourteen grand, but the purpose is to sample the
If the car is real, it would be yummy providing it hasn't ever been hit and there are
some reasonable service records. Bear in mind that about three or four years ago there
was a one owner 200 20valve Avant that was sold by the dealer in Naples, Florida for
$5500. I called one half hour too late on that car, but was told that the car was an
original one owner taken in trade by some people who had move to Florida from up north
someplace. That car was burgundy over tan.
The car that has prompted this is Lago over black. My thoughts are that if the car is
the real deal, has ALL the service records from day one, and can be verified as accident
free and in PERFECT condition, it might be worth $7500, and that is supposing that it
doesn't need a timing belt right and all that jazz right now.
But if the car has ANY northern history at all, or if the service records are not
intact, or primarily from Joe's Shade Tree Garage, deduct $3500.
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