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#1027 of 1030 Re: Calling Fintail! [michaell]
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Feb 01, 2013 (11:16 am)
It's an odd duck to be sure. I can tell you one thing---it's never going to live in California.
Given the stripper interior and 4 cylinder motor and parts inconvenience, if not hassle, I'd have to guess that around $3500 is all the money here.
If it were a 6 cylinder with MB Tex and automatic, and a U.S. model, it'd be worth more.
#1028 of 1030 Re: Calling Fintail! [michaell]
Feb 01, 2013 (11:35 am)
I agree with shifty - a few grand. It's an odd Euro (wrongly badged), not very fast or sporty, kind of pretty but needs a lot of detail work (cleaning, wheels, who knows what else, those for sale signs are disturbing). A very late (83-85) 300CD Turbodiesel coupe will bring the biggest money out of that series.
May 10, 2013 (12:19 am)
In fact car advertisements have about as much in common with reality as James Bond's life has with my life - S.F.A. You will never see people commuting to work in a car advert