Golf CSI back on BAT

JMinPDX

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Was RNM at $101K a year ago.

Based on the Jade green 74 that sold today, a more honest car with 5 speeds, for 10K less than it’s RNM number last year. This Golf CSI should bid around $90K
Here’s last years discussion:
 

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Pulling the reserve at $77k heading into overtime is an interesting move. i bet everyone on the selling side regrets not taking the $101k last year.
 

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Was RNM at $101K a year ago.

Based on the Jade green 74 that sold today, a more honest car with 5 speeds, for 10K less than it’s RNM number last year. This Golf CSI should bid around $90K
Here’s last years discussion:
Last year he did not sale for 101 and this year sold it for 9K less, what happen E9 price declining or this guy have a bad lock what you guys think?
 

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The no documentation of the restoration was a real problem.

AND declining prices. Not a bad thing IMO. Granted not a CSI, but my car has increased nearly 700% during most of my ownership. The math works out also.

A poorly documented restored car should pull in $150-$200K like they were last summer. Also, a quality e28 shouldn’t be $15K either.

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