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Price summary '8x 4000Q
> '84 or '85 4000Q or GT @ $4500
> if you get a q at this price you stole it (start at double your figure)
>> Red, '84 Audi 4000S Quattro, Asking $4000/obo
> Is $4000 a bit high for it's mileage year? Just wondering.
There seems to be a variety of opinions on the value of mid-80's
4000Qs. Since I own one, I've been watching various postings here.
I've put together a summary since last October. I deleted the
details for brevity. It's still quite long, but interesting to see
the range of prices. I'm sure geographic location is relevant too.
Most postings don't specify where the car is located.
firstname.lastname@example.org Wed, 26 Oct 1994
I'm in the market for an 88 (possibly 87) 4000 CSQ. Seems prices
go from around $3500 - $6000.
UCSEDG@uwplatt.edu Tue, 01 Nov 1994 - LaCrosse, Wisconsin
'85 4000sQ at Audi dealer, 110K
The dealer said that is has an intermittent missing problem at low
RPM, and they were going to wholesale the car for about $1500
Well, after some thought, I bought the car. It was just too good
to pass up...
email@example.com Mon, 7 Nov 1994 - Durham, North Carolina
'87 white 4000CSQ, 90K miles, asking $5,500
firstname.lastname@example.org Tue, 6 Dec 1994
'86 4000S Quattro - 147K miles but in nice shape.
Asking was $3200. I paid $2600.
JSTULEN@dcm.dofasco.ca Mon, 16 Jan 95
'84 4000sq w/ 108,000 miles for under CDN$2000.
email@example.com Thu, 26 Jan 95
'86 4000 CSQ was totalled, 70K miles
What should I accept as fair market value for the car? It was in mint
condition inside and out, perfectly maintained (receipts for everything)
firstname.lastname@example.org Thu, 26 Jan 1995
I would say your 4000 had to be worth around $4500-5000 AT LEAST.
I'm not sure of market value, but I've been scanning prices for a
while 'just in case' and that seems about right.
email@example.com Thu, 26 Jan 95
>1) What should I accept as fair market value for the car?
From the latest Rocky Mt. News classifieds:
87 4000 quattro, excel cond, 80k miles, $6000
86 4000 quattro, excel cond, silver/grey, 94k miles, $5500
85 4000 quattro, gold/grey cloth, CD, $4900
and from a recent Denver Post
87 4000 quattro, red, very clean, $4500
85 4000 quattro excel cond, 103k miles, $3200
85 4000 quattro, graphite, 136k miles, $3600
doug Sat, 04 Feb 1995 - Milwaukee, WI
1985 Audi 4000 Quattro, 181k Miles - Strong Runner - Burns no oil
firstname.lastname@example.org Wed, 8 Feb 1995
How much should I expect to pay for a 86-87 4000q with leather and
sunroof? I would like one with under 100,000 miles.
email@example.com Thu, 9 Feb 1995
'84 GT 100K, at dealer. Seems to be in fairly decent shape.
Asking $2,800. Sounds high to me.
firstname.lastname@example.org Thu, 9 Feb 1995
'81 Coupe with 92k. I paid $1000. Generally perfect shape.
My guess is I've got about $2000 in it now. To me, $2800 for a good
'84 seems reasonable if it is in very good shape.
email@example.com 14 Feb 1995
'87 4000CS Quattro, Well maintained mechanically and cosmetically.
Excellent condition inside and out. $4200
firstname.lastname@example.org Tue, 21 Feb 95
'84 Audi 4000S Quattro, 173K miles
email@example.com Tue, 21 Feb 1995
>Red, 84 Audi 4000S Quattro, Asking $4000/obo
Is 4000 a bit high for it's mileage year? Just wondering.
Bob.Damato@starfleet.itc.snetlink.com Wed, 22 Feb 1995
>84 Audi 4000S Quattro
I just sold mine for $2000 with less mileage and in MINT shape,
remember it is 11 years old!
firstname.lastname@example.org Thu, 23 Feb 1995
I would like to buy an 84 or 85 4kQ or a GT
Want to spend between $2000 and 4500.
PDQSHIP@aol.com Thu, 23 Feb 1995
> '84 or '85 4000Q or GT @ $4500
Should get you a nice GT, if you get a q at this price you stole it
(start at double your figure)