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Do you know how much my 1991 Volkswagen Golf Driver is worth?

I own a 1991 Volkswagen Golf Driver Mk2 1.8. It's done 73,000 miles and has had one previous owner. I've spent £2000. Do you have any idea of what it's worth?

Asked on 11 October 2017 by Charles Watt

Answered by Keith Moody
We can never provide a valuation for an individual car, but we can give you an idea of how much it is worth. The big money in Mk2 Golfs at the moment is with GTIs - however, there is plenty of respect for the Driver as it offers the GTI body kit with non-fuel injection engine, which makes it a great starter classic. Prices for solid, MoT'd examples of these currently sit at about £1000, with the very best examples nearing £1500 while a tatty project is about £500.
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