My '85 Celica,5sp. convertible has 87K miles and is in excellent ondition. Is $8,500 agood price?

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Asked by Nov 10, 2007 at 12:32 PM about the 1985 Toyota Celica GT-S Convertible

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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?

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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.

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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

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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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