I bought a 2004 volswagon beetle 88000 miles on it for 3500 but soon as i get it stuff started falling apart she glue on pieces to cover up broken stuu h l eadliner needs to be replaced anddoors too so im doin it its in shop havnt even drove it but ten miles and i spent 1200 to fix i spent 150 for windows to get tinted and spent 200 for extra special detailing inside and out look brand new whats it worth now its perfect nothin wrong with it mechanic said perfect no trouble at all clean bill of health

Asked by Jun 23, 2015 at 11:27 PM about the 2004 Volkswagen Beetle GLS 2.0L

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I would like to put 6500 in my pocket cuz i repaired everything correctly and its gorgeous
it has a sunroof too

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Also brand new brakes all the way around too

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you put way to much money into that car. I would say at best the car is worth about $4,000.00

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Up, pretty much joemom is right,list it for $5000 and see if you get any bites. you can maybe get $4500 on a good day.

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