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EOI: What is may VP series 2 5 Speed Manual worth?

Discussion in 'VN - VP Holden Commodore (1988 - 1993)' started by mitchyp, Jul 23, 2006.

  1. mitchyp

    mitchyp New Member

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    Hey guys,

    I may have to sell my car due to moving and i am just wondering what you think it is worth? Details:

    1993 VP Executive Series 2
    5 Speed Manual
    138000 kms (genuine) Log books
    White
    2.5" Exhaust
    Genuine holden CAI
    Jvc headunit
    15" Mags near new tyres
    12 MONTHS REGO just put on
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  2. s0sage

    s0sage Posting aimlessly ..

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    if the interior and paint is unmarked and your in for the long haul with the sale.

    i reckon the right person would pay around the $4000 mark.

    things like headunits, crappo mags, cat back exhausts etc, dont really make your car anymore valuable at all.
     
  3. 1991_Vn2nV

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    I reckon advertise it at $4,900 maybe and go from there... The big thing is the low km's.. 138k is very low for a VP, so $4500 is probably gettable. As I said advertise for $4,900 negotiable, and see what offers you get.
     
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    yeah anything from 4500 is promising, i did see a vp in the paper for 5 grand with only 83000K on it! one elderly lady owner, now thats pretty good, but still wouldnt pay 5K
     
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    Morton For external use only

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    5k is really the limit for a stock VP. Sure, the grannydore has only done 83,000 - but all the problems we've fixed on our 150,000km+ commodores are yet to show their ugly heads.

    4,500 would be good money for a mint, manual VP. Auto would probably go for 3,500.
     
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    Dezza your local HSV dealer

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    i just traded my 92 vp 5speed for $4.500 it had done 215,000 kms so if a holden dealer is gonna give me $4.5g's for it then you should have no problems getting that for it in thte paper i went to 3 diffrent car yards and the most one waas gonna give me was the place i got it from 4 yrs ago the said 4.5 - 5 g trade in
     
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    Manual commodores are almost impossible to find these days, and the ones you do find are normally up **** creek

    So yeah anything around $4,500 you should get easy. Don't let it go for less, because someone out there WILL pay it. If they really want a manual commodore, they prob. know how much theyre worth
     

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