What is it worth

Asked by Jun 11, 2016 at 07:50 PM about the 1988 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

What is fair sale price on a 1988 Camry, 40,000 original miles, in pristine
condition. It is a one owner vehicle.

3 Answers


It depends somewhat on what market you live in. Additionally because of the age combined with the great condition there are not many, if any, comparable vehicle sales to gauge the market against. The best you can do is throw out a price and see if anyone bites. I'd advertise it for $6000 (which is too high) and listen to whatever offers are presented. If you live close to Denver I would be interested in the car but keep in mind because I'm a dealer who would resell the car for profit I'd have to pay an amount that would allow me to do so.

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Thank you for your response. The vehicle is in Los Angeles, CA. Appreciate your input.

I am looking at a 87 in Los Angeles now with 72000. Call me maybe we can make a deal. 215 893 6008 Leon

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