I have a 1987 Nissan SX that I had sitting in the yard for about 10yrs and I think it will start because it turns over. It will need a good bit of work done to it but how much should I sell it for?

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Asked by SC0108 Jan 29, 2013 at 10:01 PM about the 1987 Nissan 200SX

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judge_roy
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Get it running, then you'll have something....else fifty bucks from the wrecking yard.

joef
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It depends on how much rust, how good the interior looks, how many miles.. But I would spray some starting fluid in it and sty to get it to turn over... Maybe do some minimal work to get it running and driving again and then you will greatly increase your chances of getting more money out of it. I would list if for 3-600 as is and 500- 1200 if running depending on the factors i mentioned before. Good luck!

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tenspeed
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In western New York, they pay $300 and take it away for scrap. Don't even need a title.

judge_roy
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got to move the thing to NY, then..LOL

Sneezingb13
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Hey email me ill buy it ASAP sneezingb13@gmail.com

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