Hammertime Updates

The recent “What We’re Watching” posts have given us a bunch of interesting data points for tracking values. We saw good buys in the 2000 E55 AMG and ’87 944 Turbo along with the ’93 740iL. The ’88 M5 sold at what is likely slightly under market value considering how much they’re appreciated; $24,001 seems almost low compared to some of the asking prices we’ve seen in the past year, but it’s not likely that many missed the auction. The ’88 320is, on the other hand, sold for about what we’d expect at $29,000. Over performing were the ’88 Jetta GLI 16V at $8,100 and the ’80 911SC saw strong continued strength in the air-cooled market at $36,011. For the DIYers, both the 2005 S4 that needed engine work and the Euro 928 that needed…well, a bit of everything, were had for reasonable value. And whoever snapped up both the S6 Avant and 80 quattro sure got one heck of a deal!

1989 BMW 320is – $29,000
1988 Volkswagen Jetta GLI 16V – $8,099
1992 Mercedes-Benz 300E – $3,850
2000 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG – $8,250
1987 Porsche 944 Turbo – $6,400
1980 Porsche 911SC – $36,011
2002 Audi S6 Avant – $7,400
1960 Volkswagen Bus – $45,300
1981 Porsche 928 Euro 5-speed – $3,751
1993 BMW 740iL – $5,300
1988 BMW M5 – $24,001
2008 BMW 328i Coupe – $5,600
2005 Audi S4 – $3,800
2006 Audi A8L – $7,501
1988 Audi 80 quattro – $1,225
1982 Volkswagen Scirocco – $4,555

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