Selling Price

Asked by Dec 10, 2008 at 07:44 PM

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I have a 1984 trans am that I want to sell.  It runs, but needs a lot of work.  Can you give me a ball park figure of what I can sell it for?

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20,000Dirhams,that would be perfect

So 5,000 would be a good price to ask for it? Thanks.


is it the 305 tbi or tpi. or is it the 350 tpi? how amny miles? if its a 305 tbi and needs work im guessing over 100k miles then $3000 at most. would need to see pictures


An 84 that needs a lot of work? I would say 2000 on the high side. Judging by the prices in my area, a 25 year old car better run immaculate to ask 5k for it. Would need to see photos to get a real good estimate though.

did you sell it yet?

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