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We tend to get quite a few 'what's it worth?' threads, now we have somewhere to put them!

Those starting a thread on here should do so expecting the answers to vary.
You are likely to get people attempting to grab a bargain (a 5dr 99 Turbo you say? Probably worth about a hundred quid scrap value - I will bring the cash round and take it off your hands).
You will also get optimistic opinions (there is only 9-3 Sport left in the whole world - I would take it off your hands for £1,000,000 right now but my wife would kill me/your too far away/I've got nowhere to put it).
Also be prepared to be offended because you know what you would like for it/what it owes you (why are you posting here) and no one has said its worth that.

You would probably be better off putting an ad in the Classifieds section with a price that you think is about right...if no-one buys it, lower the price. If the car sells within minutes you might have been able to get a bit more but hey, you have got what you wanted!

People replying to requests should be polite, respectful, and honest please. If you cannot do that, please don't post.
No need to say 'stick it on eBay with a good listing, a 99p start and no reserve' because we have just said it right here...
Any posts found to be breaking these simple rules will be removed.

Some of the classic magazines (Classic Cars and Practical Classics for example) have price guides in the is worth having a look in there if you have got a classic SAAB. Or look in the UKS classified archives for previously advertised cars and asking prices.

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 Post subject: 18 inch TX Alloys
PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2021 6:27 pm 
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Car Models: Any 9-3

Have a set of ALU 77s average condition, anyone got any ideas on a price range


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 Post subject: Re: 18 inch TX Alloys
PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2021 7:19 am 
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Location: Mulbarton,Norfolk
Car Models: TTid's only now :-(
Anywhere from £200 - £1000 depending on condition and demand.

I've seen a few sets up for £1000 or more, but don't know if they ever sold.

They may also have been the 19" option version.

They are a sought after rim, so could fetch good money, and think you would be unlucky to get less that £600.

What we need are more people who specialise in the impossible

 Post subject: Re: 18 inch TX Alloys
PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2021 12:33 pm 
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Car Models: Any 9-3
Thanks very much for the help, for me It's always reassuring to have a second opinion.

They are on the wife's TTID Cabriolet but she has now gone back to a petrol Aero cab (long storey), wheels are wheels to her so no point swapping them. I've been pondering selling them separate from the car as I don't believe they will add 5- 600 to the sale price, it may make it more sellable but it's a matter of taste suppose.

Now its time to make up my mind on whether to part with them :?

Thank again all the best Gary

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