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Where can I sell my 1991 Fiat Uno?

I have a 1991 Fiat Uno 70SXie (1.3-litre) with 47,000 miles from buying it new. It has a full service history, 10 months MoT and no rust. Could you please advise where best to sell it and what sort of money should I ask?

Asked on 26 January 2013 by GC, Huntingdon, Cambs

Answered by Honest John
It's a very rare car now, except in Morocco, where they form a fleet of Petit Taxis. But Fiat itself might be interested, if only to prove to the public that Fiats are nothing like as bad as some people think they are. Back in the 1990s I did a story about a Panda 999cc FIRE 4x4 that had done 206,000 miles taking a teacher from his home in Alston (Britain’s highest town) to his school in Hexham, Northumberland. While I was interviewing the owner, his neighbour showed up in one that had done 216,000 miles. But on the open market your Uno is worth buttons. You could ambitiously ask for £500. But to get it gone you might have to accept as little as £100.
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