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Selling a classic Toyota Hiace Campervan

My aunt has an immaculate 1981 Toyota Hiace Campervan that she has owned and loved from new. It wears its original cream, unmarked paintwork that you could eat your dinner off (although tables are provided inside for that purpose). It has covered around 80,000 miles, was Ziebarted from new and is in a condition which I would imagine makes it perhaps the best available of this vintage. I was hoping you might be able to suggest the best medium for selling and perhaps a ball park figure?

Asked on 22 January 2014 by S Paine

Answered by Honest John
This will be regarded as a 'classic camper' ( So you could try selling it on that site or enter it in a classic auction such as on 8th March. I'd guess if as described, at least £2,000. Maybe as much as £5,000.
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