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What's a suitable way to sell my 1988 Lada Niva?

I have a Lada Niva car which my grandfather gave me. It has 0 miles on it, it was stored in a family garage and I recently cleaned it and I am looking to sell it. It has all its interior and exterior original components. I wanted to know around how much is the suitable price for it and who my target buyers should be?

Asked on 8 July 2024 by Ibrahim

Answered by Craig Cheetham
You do not say whether this is a UK market car or not but if it has zero miles and is essentially a new car then it's a very specialised thing - believe it or not, Ladas have a strong following in the UK. We'd consult a specialist auction house for a valuation, such as Historic or Anglia Car Auctions, but would estimate that your Lada is worth upwards of £10,000 if it's as new.
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