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Date:         Mon, 9 Jul 2001 20:55:38 -1000
Reply-To:     Mick Kalber <hotlava@INTERPAC.NET>
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From:         Mick Kalber <hotlava@INTERPAC.NET>
Subject:      Re: '91 Westy Value?
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>The Westy in question is a pristine '91 with 88k miles....

> I think Fafnir could be worth $25K to the "right" buyer, given the extras.

sounds like a lot for a non-syncro... or did I miss that part?

mick hilo, hi

----- Original Message ----- From: Chris Radcliffe <chris.radcliffe@HOME.COM> To: <vanagon@GERRY.VANAGON.COM> Sent: Monday, July 09, 2001 6:49 PM Subject: Re: '91 Westy Value?

> I think Fafnir could be worth $25K to the "right" buyer, given the extras. > Assume the paint is virually perfect, and the fix-recommendations are really > that minor. Of course, remember that I'm the guy who paid an embarassing > $23K for the Blue Whale, and Fafnir looks like a premium over that, even if > he has "twice" the miles :-) Remember, I use the Whale all the time, and he > shows a little regular-use wear. That's what he's for. Sounds like Fafnir > just rolled off the showroom floor. > > The real question: why sell him? > > Chris Radcliffe > > '90 Westy Auto "Blue Whale" > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Vanagon Mailing List [mailto:vanagon@GERRY.VANAGON.COM]On Behalf > Of Jim Arnott > Sent: Monday, July 09, 2001 8:55 AM > To: vanagon@GERRY.VANAGON.COM > Subject: '91 Westy Value? > > > My co-administrator for WetWesties has received what he believes is an > almost too good to be true offer for his '91 Westy. However, he's not > sure of its real value. And he dearly loves Fafnir. The Westy in > question is a pristine '91 with 88k miles. Maroon in color, alloys, > etc, etc, etc. Anyone care to venture an opinion as to its true worth? > > Jim Arnott > > His note to me follows: > > > Jim: Thanks for the info. Would you mind sending a message to the > Vanagon list > asking for anyone's opinion as far as how much Fafner is worth? I > created a > quick page with the basic info and some (not the best) photos: > > I will appreciate any input on on Fafner's estimated value before > Wednesday > afternoon, which is when I am meeting with the interested buyer. They > should > p-mail because I am not currently subscribed to the Vanagon list. If > there is > any related discussion, I would love to know about it (please let me know). > Thanks so much, I am feeling a lot of pressure right now! > Later, > Cris <> >

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