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Offline Agreeable Slick

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What is it worth threads
« on: 19 March 2008, 11:35 »
Here are a few tips.

1) go on ebay, search your car. Make a note of the prices.

2) go on autotrader, search your car. Make a note of the prices.

3) go on the for sale section, search your car. Make a note of the prices.

4) go on parkers, search your car. Make a note of the prices.

5) go to the shop, buy a magazine, search your car. Make a note of the prices.

6) go to the newsagents, pick up a local ad paper, search your car. Make a note of the prices.

Just so you all know, any threads that appear in the mk2 section from now on will be locked or deleted upon sight, that have anything to do with what's it worth.

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Re: What is it worth threads
« Reply #1 on: 19 March 2008, 12:14 »
I love your grumpiness on this subject.
Just because you're offended doesn't make you right.

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Re: What is it worth threads
« Reply #2 on: 19 March 2008, 12:27 »
finally and end to the how much is it worth threads!!

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Re: What is it worth threads
« Reply #3 on: 19 March 2008, 18:07 »
sorry didnt mean to make your a very very grumpy man  :sad:

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Re: What is it worth threads
« Reply #4 on: 19 March 2008, 18:16 »
sorry didnt mean to make your a very very grumpy man  :sad:

i am sure it wasn't just you. That question gets asked a lot and is always treated with the same reply, i.e its worth as much as people are willing to pay blah blah blah. So would be easier if people just did a bit of homework on it first.

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Re: What is it worth threads
« Reply #5 on: 19 March 2008, 18:35 »
how much will the thread be worth next week  :grin:

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Re: What is it worth threads
« Reply #6 on: 20 March 2008, 12:02 »
sorry didnt mean to make your a very very grumpy man  :sad:

wasn't directed at one person in particular by any means matey, as neaty has mentioned it is a commonly asked question that never really gives an answer that the topic starter is going to be happy with. Therefore, find cars of a similar spec, and price it accordingly. Easy peasy.   :cool:

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Re: What is it worth threads
« Reply #7 on: 20 March 2008, 18:08 »
well i have brought and sold loadsa cars in my time, but never really been to up on what the mk2 golfs really make, but i guess if i just did some looking id find out

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Re: What is it worth threads
« Reply #8 on: 21 March 2008, 10:34 »
finally and end to the how much is it worth threads!!

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Re: What is it worth threads
« Reply #9 on: 02 May 2008, 22:41 »
i think I may have asked that question recently. I do appologise.

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