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Old 11-10-2005, 06:01   #1 (permalink)
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Valuation advice - 2nd try ;-)

Hi guys, the time has come to sell our 110 and I haven't a clue what to
price it at... Basically it's a Defender 110 County, 300Tdi, 103k miles,
recon. Gearbox & transfer box, lots of work done, very clean chassis, good
interior, full rack/ladder/bullbar/lights/chequerplate/blah blah... Any
ideas what it's worth, and the best place to advertise (eBay?). Oh, & it's
White. TIA, David.

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Old 11-10-2005, 07:01   #2 (permalink)
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In message <BF98FE94.17683%david@sillitoe.com>
DNS <david@sillitoe.com> wrote:

> Hi guys, the time has come to sell our 110 and I haven't a clue what to
> price it at... Basically it's a Defender 110 County, 300Tdi, 103k miles,
> recon. Gearbox & transfer box, lots of work done, very clean chassis, good
> interior, full rack/ladder/bullbar/lights/chequerplate/blah blah... Any
> ideas what it's worth, and the best place to advertise (eBay?). Oh, & it's
> White. TIA, David.
>


You'll have to work out what the base vehicle is worth. Then decide
how much you would want to pay for all the toys - bear in mind that
to a lot of family oriented potential owners the accessories may
well devalue the vehicle, rather than enhance it.

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Old 11-10-2005, 08:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Valuation advice - 2nd try ;-)

Nearest I can find is on Auto Trader, G-Reg similar spec for 2900.
Parkers/WhatCar etc. don't list it in their valuation tables.


http://atsearch.autotrader.co.uk/WWW...xact=1&photo=1


"DNS" <david@sillitoe.com> wrote in message
news:BF98FE94.17683%david@sillitoe.com...
> Hi guys, the time has come to sell our 110 and I haven't a clue what to
> price it at... Basically it's a Defender 110 County, 300Tdi, 103k miles,
> recon. Gearbox & transfer box, lots of work done, very clean chassis, good
> interior, full rack/ladder/bullbar/lights/chequerplate/blah blah... Any
> ideas what it's worth, and the best place to advertise (eBay?). Oh, & it's
> White. TIA, David.
>



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Old 11-10-2005, 09:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Valuation advice - 2nd try ;-)

> Nearest I can find is on Auto Trader, G-Reg similar spec for 2900.
> Parkers/WhatCar etc. don't list it in their valuation tables.


I'm a cretin!

I forgot to say that it's a 1995 on an M plate...

TIA, David ~

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Old 11-10-2005, 09:01   #5 (permalink)
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> You'll have to work out what the base vehicle is worth.


That's really my question ;-)

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Old 11-10-2005, 09:01   #6 (permalink)
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"DNS" <david@sillitoe.com> wrote in message
news:BF991D7A.1769B%david@sillitoe.com...
>> Nearest I can find is on Auto Trader, G-Reg similar spec for 2900.
>> Parkers/WhatCar etc. don't list it in their valuation tables.

>
> I'm a cretin!
>
> I forgot to say that it's a 1995 on an M plate...
>
> TIA, David ~
>


Not really a good time of year for selling as most will be bracing
themselves for Christmas. Only positive will be the belt and braces "What if
we have a hard winter" bunch who may help prop up prices.

Do your research, follow Auto trader ads, ebay sales and your local nearest
no franchised forecourt. Expect something between the Forecourt and the Ebay
sales price if you try selling private and prepare to haggle. Last time I
sold a vehicle privately I did it through Autotrader, uploaded my own photo
(take a good one on a bright day, car clean and nice angle and as close up
as you can fit in the shot - makes all the difference) and it sold before
the paper rag was printed. The on line adverts being pretty instantaneous,
and you are hitting people who are specifially searching (initally) for a
car like yours rather than tyre kicking air suckers, so you can be a little
more ridged when they rush around and try to beat the price down.

Just my observations anyway.

Good luck!

Lee D


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Old 11-10-2005, 13:01   #7 (permalink)
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"DNS" <david@sillitoe.com> wrote in message
news:BF98FE94.17683%david@sillitoe.com...
> Hi guys, the time has come to sell our 110 and I haven't a clue what
> to
> price it at... Basically it's a Defender 110 County, 300Tdi, 103k
> miles,
> recon. Gearbox & transfer box, lots of work done, very clean chassis,
> good
> interior, full rack/ladder/bullbar/lights/chequerplate/blah blah...
> Any
> ideas what it's worth, and the best place to advertise (eBay?). Oh, &
> it's
> White. TIA, David.
>

Have a look at:

http://www.brightwellsauctions.co.uk...ultsrecent.asp

and you'll see they sold a similar one last week for 5500, which they
say is 50% over "CAP Clean" for its mileage (88k). (i.e. CAP Clean for
a car of the same miles is around 3700) "CAP Clean" is actually quite a
high standard - fsh, for instance. But a 110tdi hard top, 97R, 83k,
one owner, only fetched 4000, and a low mileage 96 P pickup fetched
3300.

Discos are getting cheaper: they sold two at 1000 each (one with a good
ticket) and a 95M 300tdi auto for 1800

thinks: shall I compromise my principles and the ability to open the
back door and buy a Disco? There aren't many half-decent diesel auto
Rangeys about.


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