I have a 1990 ford crown victoria with 86,000 miles on it. How much should I ask?
As stated I have a 1990 ford crown victoria with 86,000 miles on it. There is a dent in the passenger side and the paint is faded in some places. The interior is in surprisingly great shape. What I am wondering is if there is a market for these big old boats still? It is still valuable to me for transportation but If I could get a decent amount of money for it I would like to sell it. Have any of you ever dealt with older used vehicles like what I'm describing? What kind of condition should I value it in? How should I market this vehicle? Where would I find buyers to pay top dollar etc.
It is probably worth more to you for transportation purposes then it would be on the retail market. In New England where I sell cars a 1990 Crown Victoria with 86000 miles faded paint and body damage would retail for less than $1000.00. If you painted the car and fixed the damage you might be able to ask more but not enough more to justify the expense of fixing the car.
Another thing to keep in mind is the laws in your state. In my state you would have to provide the buyer with a 30 day 1250 mile warranty on the entire powertrain electrical and coolant systems. Check with your state for applicable laws.
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