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If you can sell it for 38k then congrats. 

Robs old one is listed 25k. 4 door but seems realistically priced.

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On 9/16/2020 at 9:08 PM, Eagle said:

Exactly. One car selling for 37k doesn't represent true market value either.

If it wasn't silver id probably make you an offer

Ha you sound like my wife. Imho I believe it’s about the car. Having said that I’d struggle buying beige.

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1 hour ago, Eagle said:

If you can sell it for 38k then congrats. 

You mean $34,800?

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Yeah sorry got mixed up. Personally i don't see that much more added value in a short period even though you've done good work on it. Id have see multiple good examples ones actually sell for 30k+ to acknowledge that is where the current market has priced them.  

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6 hours ago, leichtbau said:

Why does the appraisal reference GBB730, that white 3.0?

Yep, that's a dodgy copy and paste error that I'd want corrected @Secniv, they should accommodate that request without concern I'd think.

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13 hours ago, M3AN said:

Yep, that's a dodgy copy and paste error that I'd want corrected @Secniv, they should accommodate that request without concern I'd think.

Absolutely have made the request. Thanks for the heads up on that @leichtbau 

 

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Thanks to those all that posted comments. I was thinking that few were going to be ballsy enough to put a price on it and it's great to get plenty of constructive feedback. I'll be listing it today, and not be greedy (imo) about it, at below valuation leaving some in it for the next owner (hopefully a forum member).

Being a child of the 60's with my car consciousness developing from the 70's I like to follow sales of the cars from that era onwards and continues to surprise me the prices these cars are fetching\asking. However, at the end of the day I'm not in it for just the money, although it allows me to feed my obsession and buy the next icon,  as I just like working on them too hence keeping the E30 (for now at least ).

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On 9/18/2020 at 1:06 PM, leichtbau said:

Why does the appraisal reference GBB730, that white 3.0?

He was probably the one who overvalued that one. He valued a LHD RX7 at 80k which is madness. 

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On 9/18/2020 at 12:36 PM, Eagle said:

Robs old one is listed 25k. 4 door but seems realistically priced.

I was watching that and thinking if I could get past the 4 doors....

it's gone back up in price again now. I mean, if you can't shift it at 24k, why not try at 30k?

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Fkn LOL, just seen someone ask if you will take 14k for it.... less than half of what its advertised for.

Trademe, such a cesspit.

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1 hour ago, KwS said:

Fkn LOL, just seen someone ask if you will take 14k for it.... less than half of what its advertised for.

Trademe, such a cesspit.

But did they say 'cash' or even more valuable - 'cash today.'

As If everyone one else was trading in potatoes

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