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Hi I have a white 1989 Corolla GTI in reasonable condition for its age trying to get an idea of its value. Any help would be greatly appreciated 

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Hi Sandra i use Autotrader on line, search for a used car then find the part exchange your vehicle part, then enter your reg and post code gives you a free estimate of what your car is worth.

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1 hour ago, Eddie G said:

Hi Sandra i use Autotrader on line, search for a used car then find the part exchange your vehicle part, then enter your reg and post code gives you a free estimate of what your car is worth.

I don't know how realistic that will be for a potential classic. Obviously a lot will come down to condition/mileage but if you can look at past auction results etc. that should give you an idea.

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Good point Heidfirst, should have put Autotrader will give you a rough idea. 

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Often seen people looking  at the mags in the supermarket which has used car prices in them then replacing them,not that I would dream of suggesting a similar course of course. (who am I trying to kid) 😉 

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