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Where should I sell my 1990 Metro?

I own a 1990-registration Metro 1.1-litre car, which is in immaculate condition, and has only done 38,000 miles. It has just passed its MoT test, and I now plan to sell it. I wonder if you could suggest possible outlets that could be interested in such a car. I have been unable to value the car on various websites because of its age, and I would appreciate your comments.

Asked on 9 November 2013 by JM, Great Missenden,

Answered by Honest John
Our Classics expert, Keith Adams, responded: “To be honest, it's not low mileage or special enough to warrant insertion in a classic car auction and, because of their buyer profile when new, low mileage, immaculate Metro/100s are not unusual. I'd put a £995 advert on Car and Classic, Autotrader, or eBay Classifieds. It'll sell like that without too much grief.”
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