how much is 1986 fully loaded mercury grand marquis with 11,000 miles garage kept mint condition

Asked by Sep 24, 2010 at 11:41 AM about the 1986 Mercury Grand Marquis

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

5.0 engine,vinyl top, 4dr, excellent condition, nice interior, bumper guards,cassette player stereo,air conditioning,everything works

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Hi there, Wow that is impressive for an almost 25 year old car with only 11,000 miles on it. I could not find anything even close to the miles that is on your car, I did find another 86 in excellent condition with 74,000 miles and they were asking $3,500. So I am confident you can probably ask around $5,000. It is not considered a classic or historic car yet, so it is really not valuable at the moment, and also it is not a car that people are looking to buy or collect, so it is not going to have a high value to it, plus even though it has only 11,000 miles and is like new, it is still an old car, and people won't pay a lot for an old non-collectible American car, unless it's a muscle car or a rare limited model, etc. You can ask whatever price you would like on a car like that, and just see if anybody makes you any offers on your asking price. Good luck to you.

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i have an '89 same condition with only 47,000 and blue book is about 2,000! best to sit on for now and baby it and things should change in the next few years!

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I paid $3000 for a 1986 with 36,000 miles. Rides very smooth but needs regular maintaining to overcome the fact that it was sitting dormant in a garage. I Recommend the car, but change the oil and the fuel filter right away.

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Hmm a 20 + year old car is not a classic aye? Guess someone isn't knowledgeable about age to cars anymore. God idea if KBB can't give you a good price. Start at $5000 an if get offers of less then $1500 then ya know people aren't true car buyers. Funny thing you might take it to church or a couple car shows an just see what kinda reaction you get from people when ya put a 4 sale sign on it. Did that with a 82 Firebird in 2003 an was surprised to sell it for twice what I had posted on it. There most definitely are people out there looking for specific older cars. An to have one with only 11k on the OD is really what they look for. If havn't done so. Definitly have all the fluids an hoses checked/changed out.

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