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Selling a Mini classic - are we asking too much for it?

My daughter has been trying to sell her Mini Cooper for some time without any luck. I suspect she is asking too much for it, at around £5000. It is in very good condition having been resprayed (original colours), and it has full leather interior (blue/white, matching car colours), security system etc.

Is she asking too much?

Where would the best method be to try and get a sale?

Asked on 21 November 2012 by daveyj

Answered by Honest John
She might be. The way to find out is to enter it in a classic car auction. They will sometimes accept Minis as late as 1998.
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