I have a 2003 BMW 530i with 55k miles, salvage title with air inoperable. What price range would be reasonable to sell it for? Where should I list it?

Asked by Jul 22, 2013 at 12:10 PM about the 2003 BMW 5 Series 530i

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I have a 2003 BMW 530i with 55k miles, salvage title with air inoperable.  What price
range would be reasonable to sell it for?  Where should I list it?

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246,185

IMO, a Private Party sale of a clean example of your car, and good title would be around $9-10K. Since it's a salvage title and no A/C, considerably less. I'd guess maybe $2K less. Maybe others can give you a better number. List it on this site for free and or Craigslist, Ebay, etc.

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Cody, what is a salvage title by theft please? Not familiar with that, Thanks

"Once Driven" $189

The salvage is from an accident. Both rear quarter panels need work as the paint is cracking. The front end has been repaired with the exception of the air conditioning. The car drives like a dream but has had issues.

Thanks Cody. I once had a car stolen.

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