My '85 Celica,5sp. convertible has 87K miles and is in excellent ondition. Is $8,500 agood price?
The car has no rust and I am the second owner. I have to sell it. I have heard prices from $1500 to $18000. What is a good price...considering it will be a classic in two years?
Sorry to say, none of the mid-80s cars of any make are really considered Classic yet. If you can get $8500, more power to you, but I honestly believe you will find that the prices won't top $4000. To most of the current car-buying generation, these are just old cars. They haven't really and probably will never hit the level of the 1960s muscle cars.
Littleborn was right.It might not be more than 4k.Let me know if you want to sell it. I will check it out. Mike
Yes I have seen these cars as low as $500.00 to a high of $18,000.00. A car with these miles and presumably nice interior and point is worth somewher between 3,000.00 to maybe $4,000.00. If you find someone that will buy it for $8500.00 please call me with their name and number ..... I havea bridge for sale as we speak... its called the Bay Bridge in MD. All joking aside, I would be interested in your car please call me at 866-809-7500 I am not a dealer but in the Banking Industry and my clients are nation wide. Regards, James
What color is it? If it's black or red I'll give you $5K no problem. Mike
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