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:rofl: Matt your posts crack me up! I'm sure people at work look at me funny due to your posts LOL!

OP, with as much detail as you just provided, I would say $3,478... For all we know, it could look like this at the moment:

 

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It really depends on the circumstance. Often, when a car is reported to have been involved in an accident, they will issue a rebuilt title after it is repaired. It can be anything from minor things, such as ruining the fender by hitting a pole in a parking lot to it being totaled and being completely rebuilt... like the picture above, lol.

If I were looking at a car like that, I would want every square inch inspected by a specialist before even considering a price. As is, I wouldn't want to throw a figure out there.


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sorry forgot to give more details,Car is completely fixed and was totaled from a hit in the front driver side.No frame damaged at all.Interior is clean and everything is in good condition.
 

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:rofl: Matt your posts crack me up! I'm sure people at work look at me funny due to your posts LOL!

OP, with as much detail as you just provided, I would say $3,478... For all we know, it could look like this at the moment:

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sorry forgot to give more details,Car is completely fixed and was totaled from a hit in the front driver side.No frame damaged at all.Interior is clean and everything is in good condition.
One needs a lot more info than that to even give a range. Condition reigns, and mods/no mods makes a difference. How much damage was there really, and how would an inspector rate the exterior, interior, driveline, etc? How close to stock is it?
I mean, it could vary from $10K to $40K.
But I will go with $25,638.52.
 

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sorry forgot to give more details,Car is completely fixed and was totaled from a hit in the front driver side.No frame damaged at all.Interior is clean and everything is in good condition.
Like the guy above me said, it depends. I would get it inspected and certified by a specialist, and go through each nook and cranny of the car to make absolute sure that the structural integrity has not been compromised from the accident. Based on what you have given, for a '95 TT 6-speed with 123K miles, I would price it around $27,500 US... if I were to throw a figure out there. As for a rebuilt title with potential hidden disasters, I would be more weary. Stock examples are more desired than ones who have been beaten and modified to the gills.

But, with a full-on thorough inspection that checks the car out of any damage, you could possibly get more. The fact that it is a TT with a 6-speed is a major plus. And people will pay for a problem-free one if all the problems check out.



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Based on what you have given, for a '95 TT 6-speed with 123K miles, I would price it around $27,500 US... if I were to throw a figure out there. As for a rebuilt title with potential hidden disasters, I would be more weary. Stock examples are more desired than ones who have been beaten and modified to the gills.


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Sorry a salvage title car with 125k miles is not worth 27,500. Where are you deriving this number from? Car is realistically worth $500.00
 

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Sorry a salvage title car with 125k miles is not worth 27,500. Where are you deriving this number from? Car is realistically worth $500.00
That number came right out of my head... Lol. Based on the other comments. Most 6-speed TT's I see are $40K+ for a nice one, so I figure one with problems like this will be lower. But I can't say exactly what it will go for or what it's worth.


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