want to see '85 Honda Accord LX with under 50,000 miles, what is it worth?

brownbear
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Asked by brownbear Sep 12, 2012 at 02:05 PM about the 1985 Honda Accord LX Sedan

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Ben Vincent
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Are you selling this car? If so, NADA has it listed at $3200 average retail, and $5000 high retail. That seems a bit high to me for a car that's 27 years old and isn't necessarily a collectors' car. But, with so few miles on it, it's what most would consider a 'time capsule' car, as long as it has been garaged and cared for over the years. If there are no issues, you could ask any price - it's going to depend finding the right person to buy it. That would be a Honda enthusiast who has money and likes these 'classic' Accords. No bank is going to lend on this car, although someone could get a signature loan or put it on a credit card, otherwise cash is king. Good luck! And hey - post some pictures!

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