I have a 1993 Capri convertible with (no lie) less than 45,000 miles. What kind of market is there for this car?

Asked by Jan 07, 2008 at 06:11 PM about the 1993 Mercury Capri 2 Dr STD Convertible

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I hate to get rid of this car, but I need a larger car to get around in.  It's so much fun to drive, it's low mileage, and I've maintained it very well.  Its only real flaw (besides the lack of power with A/C on) is that the convertible top leaks in several places, so the buyer would want to consider spending a couple of hundred bucks on a new top.  The interior is somewhat worn, but after all, the car is 14+ years old. . .  

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you are looking at about $1800 to $2200

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Mileage and mileage are your biggest concerns when selling a car these days. Your odometer reading is great (45k) and will boost your selling price, but if your mpg is lowsy you will have a hard time selling it in todays market. Good luck!

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the n/a will bring between 1,500 -2,500 , if its an xr2 turbo model, ill give you 3,000 all day long ....Joe.. RCICustoms.tk

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Has to be worth minimally that $3000!!!!!!!!!!!! I have the Turbo model and I paid $1800 for it with 180,000 miles on it. Now it has over 200,000 and it has great kick to it.

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