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How much is my grey import Mazda Eunos worth?

Could you suggest a selling price range for my sports car? It is a Japanese grey import Mazda Eunos 1.8 first registered in UK in October 1998. I had the car treated throughout with Finnigans waxoil in 2001 and there is not a spot of rust on it. Since 2004 it has been stored in a barn under a breathable cover and has not been used. It has 52,000 miles on the clock and I would describe its condition as very good.

Asked on 29 March 2017 by Rob Worden

Answered by Keith Moody
We can't offer valuations for a specific car, I'm afraid. But we can give you an idea of current market values. We'd expect to pay around £500 for a Mazda Eunos project, while cars in top condition (that need no work and have an MoT) can fetch around £3000 - perhaps even a bit more. The best thing to do would be to find a similar model to yours currently for sale and price it accordingly if it's in better or worse condition.
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