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Hi all, i'm considering buying my 1st celica and would very much appreciate any advice. I've been to test drive a 1997 silver 1.8ST in silver with 65000 miles on it. Its pretty clean all round for its age and looks great but the guy wants £4095 which i thought was a little steep? How much do you think i should be looking to pay and would you recommend it? Many thanks in advance

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Hi.Welcome to TOC. This thread`ll probably get moved to the Celica forum. :D

But anyway. Have you had a look on the Auto Trader website? That`ll give you a good idea of prices/year/mileage etc. Also have a word with some of the guys in hte Celica forum who have Gen 6 St`s They`ll be able to give you a good insight into what to look out for. Happy hunting. :thumbsup:

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Hi all, i'm considering buying my 1st celica and would very much appreciate any advice. I've been to test drive a 1997 silver 1.8ST in silver with 65000 miles on it. Its pretty clean all round for its age and looks great but the guy wants £4095 which i thought was a little steep? How much do you think i should be looking to pay and would you recommend it? Many thanks in advance

First off,welcome to the TOC :thumbsup: ,this is an up to date UK mainland price guide....hope it helps B) .

This is for a 1997 on a P plate.

Franchised Dealer ... ..£ 3550

Independent Dealer .. £ 3300

Private Good ............ £ 3100

Private Poor .............£ 2125

Part Exchange .......... £ 2600

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