i have a 1986 560 sel with 100k miles on it. needs work. how much is it worth?

Asked by Jun 21, 2013 at 07:51 PM about the Mercedes-Benz 560-Class

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only as much as someone will pay........ ECON 101

22,425

it's a nice car, but expensive to repair- the value depends on the repairs needed- doesn't seem like a lot of miles that's a +, so if the repairs are minor, have them done- if the paint and interior are nice- and everything is working and it's ready to drive to Padre Island- sell it as a "classic" and ask for 3,995- then come down-

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Collectors of the w126 s-class value condition first, then mileage. If your car is clean and well maintained, at 100k miles you should be around $7500 ( as of 2013 ); If it's a beater - all bets are off.

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What about the fact that the 1986 560 SEL officially becomes a classic in 2016... The classic status has to affect the value!

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