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1999 Mercedes-Benz A160

The 2019 model year marks the first year that the United States market will receive the new entry-level Mercedes-Benz W177 A-Class. It was a long time coming because there is nothing more American consumers want than luxury products on a low monthly payment. I checked out a new A220 last week at the auto show and I have to admit it was better than the C117 CLA-Class that was introduced to the American market in 2014. That CLA is a sad exercise of how cheap you can make a car and holds the record for the largest ratio of bezel to screen on a dash screen. Thankfully, a new CLA is in the works and should be miles better than the original. Nevertheless, those old cars will hang around on the buy-here, pay-lots until the end of time much like the original cheap Mercedes that started it all, the W168 A-Class.

Launched in 1997, it was Mercedes first dive into the subcompact market that was most infamously noted for failing the Swedish traditional “elk test” and looking like a giant wedge of cheese. The design wasn’t by random chance, Mercedes engineers designed the car this way so encase of a crash, the engine and transmission would slide underneath the floor below the pedals rather straight into the occupants in the front seats. The front wheel drive layout allowed this as well as there was no need to deal with a driveshaft preventing anything from sliding. Still, this car needed to compete in the subcompact market so it couldn’t be twice the price of competitors. That meant making the interior resemble a children’s play-place and passing it off as funky and modern. Those late ’90s were a crazy time after all. These sold reasonably well with 1.1 million units leaving dealer lots between 1997 and 2004 thanks to their small stature ideal for the city streets and tight parking of traditional European cities. Now, over 20 years later, a well-used A-Class can be had for the price of a modest vacation to Ocean City, Maryland and even the nicest examples, like this example for sale up for sale outside of London, don’t command a high asking price. Thing is, are they even worth it?

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1999 Mercedes-Benz A160 Häkkinen Edition

A1

It’s been almost four years since the last time we featured the W168 A160 and probably for good reason. One of the most disappointing projects that Mercedes ever green-lighted, the W168 makes the W203 feel like a W100 600 in terms of quality. Thankfully the United States market was never stricken with this front-wheel drive piece of late 1990s design trends on wheels. But that wasn’t enough. Somewhere along the line the product managers at Daimler AG got drunk had a meeting and decided they wanted to honor the great F1 driver Mika Häkkinen. So what other way than his own special edition car? It’s just that car happened to be one that flipped over if it saw a moose. If you feel like cracking this over-sized egg for sale in the Netherlands to peek inside then let’s break this one down.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1999 Mercedes-Benz A160 Häkkinen Edition at Alphons Ruyl Fine Classic Cars

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2001 Mercedes-Benz A160

At the beginning of the 1980s, it was almost unthinkable that Mercedes-Benz would move downmarket and venture into the small car market. The 190E transformed the idea of just what a Mercedes-Benz could be. A small, compact executive saloon, the 190E was a huge success for the company, selling over 1.8 million units over ten years. The 1990s would bring even more radical change to the product lineup, with the introduction of the A class in 1997. With a transverse engine, front-wheel drive and a layered floor that would allow the engine to slide under the passenger compartment in a frontal impact, this was quite a departure in terms of design for Mercedes-Benz. The A class would never see the light of day in the US market, but a few have made their way over the years. This particular A160 for sale has managed to be registered in California but will not pass all of the smog testing in the state. Whether it can be registered elsewhere in the country remains to be seen.

2001 Mercedes-Benz A160 on eBay

2001 Mercedes A160 Elegance Edition. Moonstone Silver with amethyst jacquard interior. 1.6 liter 4 cyl gas motor. 73,000 orig miles. Has the desired 5-speed clutchless manual transmission…only two pedals, clutch is actuated via electric motor but you shift it as per a manual. All the typical features: AC, power windows, power locks, traction control, CD, dual airbags, etc. Car is slightly lowered with Brabus springs and has fuel management chip. OZ (16”) wheels made for me custom to accommodate the proper offsets for this car front and rear, hub-centric of course. Car is pictured with the stock grille but I also have a second color-matched perforated AMG grille as well. They swap out in a few minutes.

Gets incredible mileage (a minimum of 32mpg) and will seat five 5 adults. It’s light years ahead of a Smart Car and has much more capability, acceleration, better highway ride, and a proper transmission. I am the second owner; I purchased the car in ’01 with under 1k miles on it. In this A-class you can fold, tilt or completely remove the rear seats to transform the entire rear into a flat cargo area. I have always dealer maintained the car at either Fletcher Jones or WI Simonson with all records. On occasions I have done the oil myself (it’s very simple). Always run Mobil One 0/30 every 3-4k miles. All maintenance is up to date and in most cases done early; this includes all belts, brake and radiator flushes etc. These are relatively maintenance free anyway. All parts I typically order online and the process is beyond simple. Engine has a timing CHAIN so no need for timing belt replacements. Have several nice factory maintenance / spares that come with the car too.

Car has a clean and clear CA title. It was no small feat to get this. For all you CA residence that want to swap this out for your Prius, this car will NOT pass the visual portion of the CA smog inspection as it does not have the CA 50-state emissions diagram sticker under the hood. I want to stress this: this car has all factory emissions equipment (including factory CEL) and WILL pass the rolling dyno smog test with flying colors. Unfortunately here in the Republik of CA you need to pass both sniffer and visual. If you live here in CA and want this car you will need to register it out of state unless you know some trick I do not and I’ve spent thousands navigating the process properly. Being a CA resident it is infuriating but it’s a fact.

This is a great and unique car in fantastic shape. You would be lucky to find another one anywhere in the US let alone with a legit CA title and the Brabus items. I would rather sell, but would be open to an automotive trade too. No reserve.

NOTE: Mileage in my ad is correct (73,000). The Autocheck mileage listed is accurate but it is in KM…NOT MILES. Current KM is 118k which equals 73k miles. For those that have asked: The car is totally original…no paintwork, accidents, parking lot shunts, minor body damage etc. Mechanically it is excellent and overly serviced; no leaks or mysteries. Has original spare (unused), jack, tools, first aid kit, hazard triangle etc. Floor mats are original factory MB items. Carpets are perfect and so is headliner and seats. No dash cracks, fading, sun damage. No windshield cracks or damage. Tires are excellent and wheels have no curbing or rash or gouges. Body is steel with plastic front fenders and rear hatch door. A/C is r134 and is ice cold and heat is hot…it’s a modern car so it works great like an MB from this era. Has the original MB radio with a 6-disc changer in the trunk’s side compartment. I have all factory manuals. If you are local, you can come see it. No, I will not trade it for boats or land.

In Europe, an A class of this caliber might bring between $4,000 and $6,000. Even though it’s rare in this country, I’d doubt it will bring that much of a premium over that range. Interestingly, the seller does not have a reserve, so the car will sell. It’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s more of an attractive proposition to me than one of the newer Smart cars. Provided you live in a state with less stringent emissions testing than California (read: any of the other 49 states), you might just be in luck and be able to have one of the few legal A classes stateside.

-Paul

Hammertime – The Sold Archives

The following is a catalog of sale values for vehicles that we’ve featured here on GCFSB. Cars are listed with the date of the sale, model type, and finally, price. Each entry is hyperlinked so you can view the original post. Please note this is only a guide and will be updated as new sales data becomes available.

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Previous Recorded Sales:


Audi

B2
2/2017 1983 Quattro – $33,000
2/2017 Quattro – $18,000
2/2017 1985 Audi Coupe GT – $3,950
2/2017 1985 Audi 4000S quattro – $7,999
2/2017 1986 4000CS quattro CD 20V Turbo – $6,490
11/2016 1985 Coupe Quattro RE2500 – $8,270
11/2016 Quattro Rally – $41,050
6/2016 1984 Coupe GT quattro rally project, NA, $930
3/2015 1986 Audi Coupe GT Commemorative Edition, 276K, $3,100
2/2015 1982 Audi Coupe, 70K, $5,552
1/2015, 1987 4000CS Quattro, 190K, $4,850
11/2014, 1985 Quattro Rally Car Conversion, N/A, $31,551
11/2014 1983 Audi Quattro “Ashes to Ashes”, N/A, $60,392
6/2014 1982 Coupe GT Project Car, 63K, $1,313.88
5/2014 1983 Quattro, 49K, $23,600
2/2014 1985 4000S Quattro, 119K, $5,800
12/2013 1985 4000S Quattro, 112K, $12,000
12/2013 1983 Coupe GT, 112K, $1,255
12/2013 1986 4000CS Quattro, 78K, $4,551
8/2013 1985 Coupe GT, 149K, $2,550
7/2013 1987 Coupe GT, 184K, $2,650
7/2013 1985 4000S Quattro, 52K, $4,850
7/2013 1983 5000S, 57K, $8,700
3/2013 1983 Coupe Quattro, 109K, $16,888

B3
4/2017 1988 Audi 80 quattro – $1,225
7/2016 1988 90 quattro, 110K, $10,000
7/2015 1990 Coupe quattro 20V Turbo, 179K, $10,800
3/2015 1995 Audi 90 quattro, 95K, $3,150
1/2015 1990 Audi 80 quattro, 167K, $2,000
1/2015 1990 Audi 90 quattro 20V, 150K, $4,400
2/2014 1990 Coupe Quattro, 126K, $4,550

B4
3/2016 1995 Sport 90 quatttro 1.8T – $5,750
9/2015 1997 Cabriolet, 112K, $2,125
8/2016 1993 Coupe 16V, 167K, $1,337

B5
7/2016 2000 S4/RS4, 44K, $20,400
2/2016 2000 Audi A4 2.8 quattro Avant, 171K, $3,450
5/2014 2000 S4, 110K, $7,500
11/2013 2002 S4 Avant, 75K, $8,600
10/2013 1998 A4 2.8 Quattro Avant, 77K, $5,400.20

B6
4/2017 2005 S4 – $3,800
3/2016 2004 Audi S4 Avant – $16,000
7/2015 2004 S4 Avant, 95K, $13,888
2/2015 2004 S4, 132K, $8,900
3/2014 2005 S4 Avant, 89K, $18,100

B7
1/2016 2008 Audi A4 2.0T quattro Avant S-Line Titanium Package, 88K, $18,000
07/2015 2008 A4 2.0T quattro Avant S-Line Titanium Package, 85K, $17,991
11/2014 2006 S4 Avant, 72K, $22,600
10/2014 2008 S4 Avant, 57K, $25,600
10/2014 2008 A4 2.0T Avant, 104K, $10,311
8/2013 2007 RS4, 65K, $29,500

B8
5/2015 2013 Audi S4, 13K, $44,000

C1
7/2015 1974 Audi 100LS, 133k, $7,000
4/2014 1976 Audi 100, N/A, $2,501
9/2012 1972 Audi 100LS, 68K, $6,212.39

C2
2/2017 1983 5000S – $7,100
11/2016 1980 5000 Diesel, 119K, $8,995
10/2016 1983 5000 Turbo, 100K, $3,600
11/2014 1983 5000S 5-speed, 33K, $2,650

C3
10/2016 1991 200 20V quattro Avant, 220K, $6,800
9/2016 1988 5000S Avant, 215K, $975
8/2016 1991 200 20V quattro, 106K, $7,500
1/2016 1988 5000CS quattro Avant, TMU, $1,900
12/2015 1990 200 quattro Avant, 169K, $3,390
11/2015 1991 200 20V quattro, 95K, $12,000
6/2015 1990 200 quattro Avant, 240K, $2,850
3/2015 1988 5000CS quattro Avant, 133K, $2,000
2/2015 1991 200 20V quattro Avant, 69K, $10,000
8/2014 1991 200 20V quattro Avant, 206K, $2,125
12/2013 1991 200 20V quattro Avant, 120K, $3,889.94
11/2013 1991 100, 95K, $1,250
10/2013 1989 100 quattro Turbo Diesel – $5,500

C4
11/2016 1995.5 S6 Avant, 197K, $8,800



7/2015 1995.5 S6 Avant, 273K, $5,000
7/2015 1995 S6 Avant, 181K, $7,400
4/2015 1998 Audi A6 2.8 Quattro Avant, 109K, $5,995
3/2015 1994 Audi S4, 165K, $6,500
2/2015 1993 Audi S4, 170K, $6,500
1/2015 1995 S6, 56K, $4,850
10/2014 1994 S4, 191K, $8,600
10/2014 1993 S4, 107K, $4,500
8/2014 1994 S4, 139K, $6,679
8/2014 1995 S6 Avant, 210K, $4,400
4/2014 1995 S6 Avant, 153K, $3,637
11/2013 1994 S4, 157K, $4,000
10/2013 1994 S4, 80K, $11,500
10/2013 1992 S4, 239K, $3,383
8/2013 1995 S6 Avant, 170K, $5,190
8/2013 1993 S4, 148K, $3,550

C5
4/2017 2002 S6 Avant – $7,400
2/2017 2003 RS6 – $8,000
11/2016 A6 4.2 quattro – $3,350
2/2014 1999 A6 Avant, 209K, $1,726.15
1/2014 2003 Audi RS6, 77K, $18,500
11/2013 2004 Allroad 2.7T, 127K, $7,600

D2
7/2015, 2003 S8, 127K, $5,477.88
12/2014 2003 S8, 126K, $6,500
12/2014 2001 S8, 70K, $12,500
11/2014 2001 A8L, 98K, $6,000
5/2014 2001 S8, 121K, $4,578
4/2014 2002 S8, 117K, $5,600

D3
4/2017 2006 A8L – $7,501
2/2016 2008 A8 4.2 quattro, 65K, $20,000TT/A3
2/2016 2001 TT 225 quattro, 125K, $6,300
12/2013 2008 TT 3.2, 89K, $15,495

BMW

Isetta
11/2013 1958 Isetta 300, 6K, $22,900

C1 Scooter
9/2012 2001 C1 200cc, ~2K, $7,949

New Class
6/2015 1969 2000C, 61K, $13,900

E3
11/2014 1974 Bavaria, 145K, $7,600
11/2014 1973 Bavaria, 108K, $5,200
4/2013 1972 Bavaria, N/A, $11,400

E9
11/2016 1970 2800CS, 183K, $23,063
7/2013 1973 3.0 CSI, 7K, $40,300

E10
7/2016 1976 2002 eta swap, 19K?, $8,000
1/2015 1976 2002, 95K, $19,100
9/2014 1973 2002Tii Zender, 100K, $10,801
8/2014 1973 2002Tii, 19K, $20,600
8/2014 1975, 2002 Turbo, 49K, $36,300
3/2014 1969 2002, 79K, $15,300
1/2014 1972 2002ti Touring, 37K, $8,002
7/2013 1971 2002, 98K, $11,800
4/2013 1972 2002tii, 79K, $25,000
3/2013 1972 2002tii, 47K, $16,000
2/2013 1972 2002 Touring, N/A, $12,008.01
7/2012 1972 2002tii, 69k, $20,750

E12
7/2015 1978 530i, 87K, $5,990
9/2014 1978 530i, 144K, $2,888

E21
3/2015 1981 320is, 40K, $22,550
1/2015 1979 323i 2.9, 25K, $10,800
1/2015 1981 Alpina C1 2.3, 59K, $20,100
10/2014 1983 320i S50, 156K, $7,600
4/2014 1981 323i Baur TC, 51K, $8,500
8/2013 1978 320i, 42K, $4,127
6/2013 1977 320i, 25K, $5,049

E23
3/2017 1985 735i – $7,800
8/2016 1985 745i, 33K, $17,500
3/2015 1984 733i, 209K, $2,903
8/2014 1984 745i 5-speed, 178K, $2,550.27
1/2014 1985 745i Turbo, 71K, $6,200
2/2013 1986 L7, 103K, $3,950
11/2012 1984 745i Turbo, 12K, $11,200

E24
3/2015 1987 M6, 180K, $17,600
2/2015 1988 M6, 134K, $15,995
1/2015 1988 M6, 136K, $17,500
11/2014 1988 M6, 105K, $17,500
11/2014 1983 633CSi, 114K, $7,563.89
9/2014 1984 633CSi, 43K, $5,600
8/2014 1986 635CSi, 147K, $7,700
8/2014 1988 635CSi, 150K, $2,200
8/2014 1984 M635CSi, 126K, $15,100
5/2014 1987 M6, 75K, $15,300
3/2014 1984 M635CSi, 81K, $16,300
2/2014 1985 M635CSi, 160K, $7,400
11/2013 1988 M6, 83K, $1,575
10/2013 1987 M6, 96K, $18,999

E28
4/2017 1988 M5 – $24,001
9/2016 1985 528e, 52K, $5,795
8/2015 1988 M5, 148K, $17,700
8/2015 1988 M5, 121K, $29,000
7/2015 1985 535i, 69K, $12,000
6/2015 1986 528e, 113K, $2,400
5/2015 1988 M5, 140K, $15,200
2/2015 1988 M5, 217K, $22,300
2/2015 1988 M5, 196K, $14,601
12/2014 1988 M5, 135K, $37,990
12/2014 1985 535i, 116K, $8,200
11/2014 1986 535i, 114K, $8,211
11/2014 1988 535is Turbo, 75K, $6,900
11/2014 1988 M5, 220K, $6,766
11/2014 1987 M535i, 31K, $16,400
11/2014 1987 535is, 229K, $3,450
11/2014 1985 524td, 203K, $5,600
10/2014 1986 535i, “87K”, $2,325
8/2014 1988 535is, 175K, $4,250
8/2014 1988 M5, 62K, $21,100
6/2014 1988 M5, 108K, $18,900
6/2014 1986 528e, 135K, $3,250
5/2014 1984 533i 3.5 Dinan Turbo, 191K, $12,840
5/2014 1981 528i, 129K, $4,650
5/2014 1988 M5 w/S54 swap, 136K, $34,600
3/2014 1988 M5, 189K, $13,400
3/2014 1988 M5, 190K, $9,600
2/2014 1988 535is, 197K, $4,500
2/2014 1983 528e, 108K, $2,900
10/2013 1985 524td, 39K, $8,100
4/2013 1988 528e, 105K, $8,300
11/2012 1988 M5 Euro conversion, 223K, $11,200
9/2012 1987 518i, 69K, $5,500
7/2012 1988 535i Euro conversion, 101K, $17,455

E30
4/2017 1989 320is – $29,000
2/2016 1987 325is, 148K, $10,000
2/2016 1988 BMW 325ix Touring, 140K, $14,310
2/2016 1986 325i Koenig Specials Widebody, 81K, $36,300
1/2016 1990 M3 Convertible, 40K, $71,322
6/2015 1990 325i Touring, 99K, $3,949
6/2015 1986 325e, 120K, $10,500
5/2015 1988 M3, 164K, $35,100
4/2015 1991 318is, 202K, $7,400
3/2015 1991 318is, 38K, $16,125
3/2015 1989 320i Touring, 189K, $7,900
3/2015 1990 318i Touring, 109K, $7,400
2/2015 1988 M3, 132K, $25,500
2/2015 1991 M3 Convertible (with E93 M3), 75K, $110,000
2/2015 1989 325ix, 93,400 mi, $7,900
1/2015 1989 325ix, 650 mi, $19,500
12/2014 1990 M3, 125K, $30,100
11/2014 1988 325ix Touring, 167K, $9,011
11/2014 1986 “M3” Tribute, 149K, $26,100
11/2014 1988 M3 Europameister Edition, 17K, $86,100
11/2014 1991 318is, 130K, $5,000
10/2014 1989 325is, 150K, $10,200.01
9/2014 1990 325is, 224K, $5,000
8/2014 1988 M3, 196K, $20,100
6/2014 1989 325i Convertible, 90K, $3,600
4/2014 1992 318i Convertible, 136K, $7,400
2/2014 1988 325ix, 141K, $6,000
2/2014 1986 325es M60, 215K, $11,000
2/2014 1989 325is, 90K, $9,000
2/2014 1989 325i Touring, 112K, $14,000
1/2014 1987 325i, 97K, $6,500
11/2013 1990 M3 owned by owner of Grassroots Motorsports, 113K, $25,700
11/2013 1988 325is, 85K, $9,153
10/2013 1989 325i Touring, 100K, $12,900
10/2013 1988 M3, 154K, $17,495
8/2013 1991 325ix, 116K, $7,601
8/2013 1989 325i Convertible, 75K, $6,850
8/2013 1989 325i Touring, 115K, $15,000
8/2013 1990 325is, 168K, $6,550
7/2013 1990 325is, 121K, $10,000
5/2013 1987 325is, 99K, $10,627
5/2013 1988 M3, 77K, $41,323
5/2013 1989 M3, 50K, $34,423
2/2013 1990 325ix Touring, 121K, $4,556
2/2013 1989 325i, 101K, $11,101
8/2012 1990 M3 Convertible clone, 178K, $13,600

E31
1/2015 1995 850CSi, 103K, $31,250
12/2014 1994 850CSi, 97K, $30,165

E32
4/2017 1993 740iL – $5,300
9/2016 740iL, 77K, $6,450
7/2016 1988 735i 5-speed, TMU, $1,200
7/2014 1988 735i 5-speed manual, 173K, $4,625

E34
05/2016 1991 M5, 98K, $16,500
9/2015 1995 M5 Touring clone, N/A, $10,000
8/2015 1991 M5, 115K, $9,500
8/2015 1991 M5, 185K, $13,700
11/2014 1994 M5 Euro Spec, 143K, $12,400
8/2014 1991 M5, 175K, $6,900
6/2014 1991 M5, 165K, $8,000
10/2013 1991 M5, 109K, $10,000
9/2013 1991 M5, 144K, $7,000
7/2013 1991 M5, 118K, $9,598
6/2013 1994 530i Touring, 82K, $10,000
5/2013 1995 530i Dinan, 124K, $6,600

E36
3/2017 1995 M3 – $18,400
9/2016 1994 M3 Canadian Edition, 29K, $64,900
6/2016 1998 M3 3.6 6-speed Widebody, 90K, $13,000
11/2015 1999 318ti M Sport, 62K, $8,500
10/2015 1997 M3 Coupe, 67K, $17,600
3/2015 1998 M3 Sedan, 150K, $7,750
9/2014 1997 M3 Coupe, 85K, $9,250
9/2014 1997 M3 Coupe, 63K, $15,500
8/2014 1995 M3 Coupe, 63K, $13,150
8/2014 1997 M3 Coupe, 138K, $7,200
4/2014 1997 318ti California Roof, 138K, $2,600
3/2014 1997 M3 Sedan, 17K, $20,401
12/2013 1997 318ti, 106K, $4,051
10/2013 1995 M3 Coupe, 53K, $11,301
10/2013 1997 M3 Coupe, 252K, $4,850
7/2013 1998 323i Convertible, 20K, $10,301
5/2013 1993 M3 Sedan supercharged widebody tribute, 66K, $12,900
5/2013 1992 325i Sedan, 48K, $8,900
3/2013 1997 M3 Sedan, 75K, $9,100
11/2012 1997 318is, 29K, $10,100
9/2012 1996 328i Convertible, 53K, $9,100

E36/7
8/2014 1998 M Roadster, 35K, $13,400

E36/8
7/2016 2002 BMW M Coupe, 68K, $38,000
1/2014 2002 M Coupe, 41K, $32,600
12/2013 1999 M Coupe, 90K, $16,500

E38
11//2016 2001 740i Sport, 69K, $11,500
8/2016 2001 740i M-Sport, 112K, $11,999
3/2015 2001 740i M Sport, 29K, $6,209
12/2013 2001 750iL, 29K, $20,299

E39
10/2016 2003 M5, 93K, $20,500
6/2016 2000 540i 6-speed, 65K, $16,900
6/2015 2002 540i Touring, 119K, $9,301.75
5/2015 2002 540i Touring, 113K, $9,300
1/2015 2002 525i Touring, 113K, $5,500
11/2014 2003 540i M-Sport, 80K, $14,100
11/2014 2000 540i Touring, 25k, $18,900
11/2014 1999 540i LS1 swap, 153k, $13,100
6/2014 2000 M5, 106k, $10,995
12/2013 2002 M5, 136k, $14,000
10/2013 1998 540i, 109k, $8,100
9/2013 2000 528i Touring, 109k, $5,600
10/2012 2002 525i Touring, 120k, $8,300

E46
11/2016 2001 M3, 90K, $18,100
8/2016 2002 M3, 120K, $11,000
8/2016 2002 M3, 90K, $15,600
2/2016 2001 325i Touring, 186K, $6,001.99
6/2015 2002 M3 NASA GTS4, 115K, $42,000
10/2014 2000 323i 5-speed, 91K, $4,200
8/2014 2007 328xi Touring, 66K, $18,500
12/2013 2004 M3 Coupe, 46K, $26,900
9/2013 2000 323i Touring, 87K, $7,229.99

E50

E52

E60/61
2/2015 2008 M5 Dinan S2 5.8, 13K, $79,998
1/2015 2008 550i Dinan, 117K, $18,000

E70
4/2015 2003 X5 3.0i 5-speed manual, 134K, $5,700

E82
3/2017 2008 135is – $24,995

E85/E86
6/2016 2006 M Roadster, 26K, $22,300
10/2014 2007 M Coupe, 57K, $23,599

E90/92/93
4/2017 2008 328i Coupe – $5,600
1/2016 2011 335i, 28K, $35,950
9/2015 2012 328xi Touring M-Sport, 26K, $36,000
2/2015 2013 M3 Convertible (paired with E30 M3 Convertible), 10K, $110,000

i01
12/2014 2014 i3, 5K, $37,700

Mercedes-Benz

W100 1963-1981 600
6/2014 1972 Pullman, 27K, $105,000
4/2014 1966 600 SWB, 66k, $139,900

R107/C107 1971-1989 280 SL – 560 SLC
2/2017 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SL – $21,000
9/2016 1986 560SL, 284K, $4,000
2/2016 1985 500SL “AMG”, 54K, $15,500
1/2016 1980 500SLC, 98K, $14,810
4/2015 1986 300SL, 97K, $16,500
11/2014 1981 280SL 5-speed manual, 61K, $21,800
10/2014 1989 560SL, 17K, $40,000
8/2014 1976 450SLC, 55K, $10,346
8/2014 1988 560SL, 20K, $31,172.50
2/2014 1976 450SL, 60K, $12,100
1/2014 1989 560SL, 38K, $21,000
12/2013 1986 300SL, 83K, $11,000
4/2013 1988 560SL, 33K, $26,800
3/2013 1986 300SL, 63K, $11,900
1/2013 1980 350SL 4-speed manual, 54K, $17,589

W108 1965-1972 250 S – 280 SEL
7/2016 1973 280SE 4.5, 101K, $9,850
5/2014 1971 280SE, 80K, $27,200
8/2013 1966 250SE, 95K, $9,900
6/2013 1973 280SEL 4.5, 66K, $10,100

W109 1965-1972 300 SEL
2/2017 1972 300SEL 4.5 – $4,950

W110 1961-1968 190, 200, 230

4/2016 1967 230, 52K, $13,000
10/2014 1967 230, 17K, $15,655
9/2014 1966 230 Universal, 63K, $26,211
6/2014 1967 200D Universal, 40K, $41,210

W111 1959-1971 220, 250, 280 /S/SE
11/2014 1970 280SE Coupe, 150K?, $30,300
10/2013 1963 220SE Coupe, 10K, $36,400
12/2012 1966 230S, 81K, $7,500

W112 1961-1967 300 SE

W113 1963-1971 230 SL, 250 SL, 280 SL
11/2016 1971 280SL, 74K, $69,900
7/2012 1966 230SL, N/A, $23,500

W114 1968-1976 230.6, 250, 250C, 280, 280E, 280C, 280CE
9/2016 1972 250C, 79K, $9,200
6/2015 1975 280C, 11K, $18,999
10/2013 1971 250, 25K, $9,200

W115 1968-1976 200, 200D, 220, 220D, 230, 240D, 240D 3.0, 300D

W116 1972-1980 280 S – 450 SEL
6/2014 1979 450SEL 6.9, 106K, $14,100
6/2014 1980 450SEL, 84K, $8,500
2/2013 1979 Sbarro 450SEL, 9K, $21,995

W117 2013- CLA

W120 1953-1962 180, 180D

W121 1956-1961 190, 190D

R121 1955-1963 190 SL

W123 1976-1985 200, 230, 230E, 240D, 250, 280E, 300D, 300CD, 300TD
4/2015 1983 300CD, 181K, $8,100
10/2014 1985 300D, 140K, $5,500
7/2014 1979 300TD, 55K, $35,000
4/2014 1983 300D, 35K, $30,300
2/2014 1977 300D, 131K, $7,675
2/2014 1984 230CE, 129K, $8,629
2/2014 1979 300CD, 89K, $15,901
12/2013 1979 280E, 165K, $4,100
11/2013 1985 300CD, 139K, $11,099
8/2013 1985 300TD, 95K, $13,000
6/2013 1979 240D, 177K, $3,050
3/2013 1982 300TD, 80K, $15,000
2/2013 1982 300CD, 126K, $13,000
12/2012 1983 240D, 48K, $17,250
9/2012 1983 230E, N/A, $5,700
8/2012 1983 300TD, 178k, $8,750

W124 1985-1996 200 – 500E
4/2017 1992 300E – $3,850
3/2017 1992 400E – $2,000
2/2017 1995 E320 – $8,888
9/2016 1991 190E 2.6 – $2,900
9/2016 1988 300CE AMG Mosselman Twin Turbo – $26,500
8/2016 Mercedes-Benz 300CE AMG 3.4 Widebody, 25K, $47,000
8/2016 1995 E320 Estate, 85K, $9,750
7/2016 1995 E320 Estate, 85K, $11,990
11/2015 1987 300TD, 122K, $10,200
8/2015 1987 300TD, 121K, $12,500
6/2015 1994 E500, 142K, $23,600
6/2015 1995 E320 Estate, 135K, $5,400
3/2015 1993 500E, 189K, $9,600
2/2015 1991 300E 4Matic, 71K, $4,250
1/2015 1993 300CE Cabriolet, 110K, $7,000
12/2014 1991 300TE, 128K, $4,350
10/2014 1988 230TE 5-speed, 127K, $2,650
10/2014 1992 500E, 167K, $9,299
7/2014 1989 300CE “AMG”, 44K, $14,600
4/2014 1994 E320 Cabriolet, 120K, $10,900
3/2014 1995 E320 Estate, 91K, $6,500
1/2014 1994 E420, 97K, $4,249
1/2014 1992 300TE 4Matic, 152K, $4,550
1/2014 1994 E320 Cabriolet, 75K, $11,806
11/2013 1994 E500, 116K, $9,400
7/2013 1992 500E, 192K, $7,250
4/2013 1995 E320, 87K, $9,600
4/2013 1992 500E, 105K, $10,200
3/2013 1992 500E, 149K, $10,000
3/2013 1995 E320 Cabriolet, 28K, $24,700
12/2012 1994 E420, 84K, $5,845

W126 1979-1993 260SE – 560SEL
10/2016 1989 300SE, 56K, $6,550
5/2016 1991 350SDL, 59K, $10,100
1/2015 1982 380SEC Euro, 108K, $5,501
1/2015 1985 500SEC, 50K, $20,605
10/2014 1985 420SEC, 67K, $7,500
8/2014 1986 560SEC Custom, 105K, $6,300
8/2014 1989 420SEL, 45K, $13,500
4/2014 1986 560SEC, 91K, $7,100
4/2014 1985 500SEL, 63K, $3,256
12/2013 1983 500SEC AMG, 87K, $13,100
11/2013 1982 500SEC AMG, 154K, $3,000
11/2013 1991 560SEC, 154K, $8,600
8/2013 1990 350SDL, 67K, $13,248
9/2012 1990 560SEC Wald Body Kit, 79K, $13,600
8/2012 1986 560SEC, 22K, $18,501

W128 1958-1960 220 SE

R129 1989-2001 280 SL – 600 SL
10/2016 1997 500SL 40th Anniversary, 73K, $7,000
4/2015 1998 SL500, 29K, $18,900
4/2013 1990 300SL 5-speed manual, 98K, $7,595

W136 1935-1955 170
6/2013 1953 170DS, 80K, $25,000

W140 1991-1998 300 SE – 600 SEL
3/2015 1998 S500, 79K, $7,501
1/2014 1992 600SEL, 146K, $5,650
12/2013 1998 CL600, 57K, $12,101.11
12/2012 1995 S350 Turbodiesel, N/A, $16,000

W168 1997-2004 A
11/2012 2001 A160, 73K, $9,050

W180 1954-1959 220
8/2014 1958 220S, 89K, $12,300

W189 1957-1962 300
8/2016 1960 300d, 42K, $47,400
9/2014 1960 300d, 52K, $21,250

W201 1982-1993 190

8/2016 190E AMG 6.0, “28K”, $11,099
6/2016 1989 190E 2.6, 85K, $3,750
9/2015 1985 190E 2.3, 49K, $9,300
8/2015 1986 190E 2.3-16, 145K, $10,000
7/2015 1993 190E 2.6 Sportline 5-speed manual, 122K, $8,300
2/2015 1987 190E 2.3, 36K, $6,225
2/2015 1985 190E 2.3-16, 142K, $7,550
5/2014 1986 190E 2.3-16, 108K, $9,600
5/2014 1986 190E 2.3-16, 55K, $10,000
1/2013 1986 190E 2.3-16, 58K, $11,900
11/2012 1992 190E 2.3, 94K, $5,500
7/2012 1993 190E 2.6, 43K, $9,888

W202 1993-2000 C
9/2016 1998 C230, 49K, $3,383
12/2014 1995 C220, 36K, $5,200
7/2014 1997 C36 AMG, 52K, $10,200

W203 2001-2007 C
9/2016 2005 C55 AMG, 118K, $11,800
7/2014 2004 C320 Sportcoupe 6-speed, 11K, $12,699

CL203 2008-2011 CLC

W204 2007- C

X204 2008- GLK

C207 2009- E coupe

C208 1996-2003 CLK

C209 2003-2009 CLK

W210 1995-2003 E
4/2017 2000 E55 AMG – $8,250
2/2017 2001 E55 AMG – $9,000
1/2014 1997 E320, 30K, $6,850

W211 2002-2009 E
2/2015 2004 E500 Estate, 121K, $9,900
11/2014, 2004 E500, 83K, $8,300
5/2013, 2008 E63 AMG Estate, 63K, $38,900
5/2013, 2005 E55 AMG Estate, 70K, $32,900
1/2013, 2007 E63 AMG Estate, 36K, $38,900

W212 2009- E

C215 1999-2006 CL
4/2015 2002 CL600, 11K, $19,000
2/2015 2003 CL600, 89K, $9,100

C216 2006- CL

W218 2010- CLS

W219 2004-2010 CLS

W220 1998-2005 S
2/2017 2002 S600 – $2,750
4/2015 2003 S55 AMG Designo Edition – $15,600

W221 2005-2013 S
3/2017 2007 S550 – $9,300

W222 2013- S

R230 2001-2011 SL
3/2015 2005 SL55 AMG, 12K, $38,551

R231 2011- SL

W240 2002-2013 Maybach

400s Unimog/G
10/2016 1998 G500 Cabriolet, 70K, $62,100
9/2014 1980 280GE, 105K, $7,950
9/2014 1986 240GD, 40K, $14,200
6/2013 1986 230G, 92K, $12,100.01
3/2013 1972 Unimog Firetruck, 13K, $21,010
1/2013 1993 500GE, 142K, $25,000
10/2012 1988 300GD, N/A, $32,500

Porsche

356 (1947-1964)
2/2016 1964 356SC, 58K, $65,000
1/2015 1963 Porsche TM Special racer, N/A, $32,200
4/2014 1965 356C, 98K, $64,000
3/2014 1963 356, N/A, $48,000
1/2014 1964 356C, 5K, $65,900
11/2013 1964 356 Pre A Coupe, 132K, $115,100

911 (1965-1988)
4/2017 1980 911SC – $36,011
3/2017 1981 911SC RS Backdate – $77,700
2/2017 1978 911SC Targa – $41,000
11/2016 1983 911SC Targa, 51K, $46,400
11/2016 1983 911SC Targa, 51K, $47,500
11/2016 1986 911 Targa, 56K, $41,000
10/2016 1980 911SC, 141K, $26,377
6/2016 1977 911S Targa, 96K, $30,100
6/2016 1987 911 Carrera Targa, 74,700, $30,200
6/2016 911 Carrera Coupe Silver Anniversary Edition, 50K, $65,000
2/2016 1970 911E Targa, 154K, $75,100
2/2016 1966 Porsche 911 Prototype, NA, $295,000
2/2016 911SC Targa, 70K, $30,000
7/2015, 1985 911 Carrera Coupe, 49K, $49,100
6/2015 1982 Porsche 911SC, 168K, $29,500
3/2015 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet M491, 113K, $55,000
1/2015 1972 911T track car, 5K, $64,000
1/2015 1979 911SC Targa, 102K, $25,000
12/2014 1987 911 Carrera Coupe Restomod, 112K, $69,000
12/2014 1987 911 Coupe, 142K, $34,000
11/2014 1988 911 Carrera Targa, 120K, $26,600
11/2014 1982 911SC, 61K, $34,500
10/2014 1989 911 Carrera Cabriolet, 26K, $52,600
10/2014 1974 911 2.7, 85K, $132,500
9/2014 1978 911SC Slantnose, 188K, $21,400
9/2014 1974 911S, 129K, $45,000
8/2014 1984 911 Carrera Coupe, 136K, $25,760
8/2014 1987 911 Carrera Coupe, 71K, $30,900
7/2014 1968 911 Sunroof Coupe “R Gruppe”, 88K, $66,766
6/2014 1980 911SC Weissach Edition, 66K, $32,750
6/2014 1986 911 Turbo, 104K, $61,100
5/2014 1975 911 Carrera, 147K, $33,100
5/2014 1986 911, 162K, $27,000
4/2014 1987 911 Carrera Coupe, 83K, $28,700
4/2014 1989 911 Carrera Coupe, 57K, $45,000
4/2014 1984 911 Carrera Coupe M491, 120K, $47,000
4/2014 1982 911SC Targa, 82K, $25,100
3/2014 1989 911 Carrera Targa, 86K, $26,800
2/2014 1980 911SC, 58K, $31,400
1/2014 1970 911T, “2K”, $38,100
1/2014 1986 911 Carrera Targa, 44K, $28,100
1/2014 1982 911SC Targa, 72K, $28,900
12/2013 1984 911 Carrera, 163K, $17,800
11/2013 1978 911SC, 118K, $15,800
10/2013 1973 911 RSR clone, 2 mi, $75,100
9/2013 1983 911SC Targa, 150K, $15,601
9/2013 1977 911 ’73 RS replica, 79K, $37,000
8/2013 1973 911E autocross/track, 100K, $30,431.99
5/2013 1967 911S, 164K, $110,000

912 (1965-1969, 1976)
2/2017 1969 912 – $28,100
9/2016 1976 912, 56K, $27,400
6/2016 1969 912, 21K, $65,100
8/2015 1968 912 Coupe, 25K, ~$32,000
2/2015 1969 912, 76K, $22,200
6/2014 1967 912, Mileage N/A, $19,900
2/2014 1967 912, 62K, $32,100
1/2014 1967 912, 89K, $19,500
1/2014 1969 912, 82K, $26,100
10/2013 1967 Laser 917 kit car, N/A, $14,000
10/2013 1969 911/912 race car, N/A, $27,450
2/2016 1969 912 Targa, 68K, $47,754

914 ()
6/2016 1973 914-6 GT Replica Race Car, NA, $38,400
1/2015 1970 914-6 GT, 22K, $30,100
8/2014 1974 914, 67K, $18,800
11/2013 1973 914, 70K, $17,885

924 (1976-1988)
3/2017 1981 924 Carrera GTR – $220,000
12/2014 1982 924 Turbo, 71K, $5,000
6/2014 1987 924S, 43K, $6,550
3/2014 1980 924 Turbo, 37K, $5,800
3/2014 1982 924, 33K, $4,200

928 (1976-1995)
4/2017 1981 928 Euro 5-speed – $3,751
11/2016 1979 928, 28K, $23,065
8/2016 1979 928, 29K, $35,000
2/2016 1993 928GTS, 34K, $49,100
2/2015 1978 928 5-speed, 69K, $17,700
12/2014 1983 928S Euro-Spec, 82K, $7,200.99
11/2014 1988 928S4, 126K, $7,600
11/2014 1990 928GT, 64k, $24,300
8/2014 1980 928, 47k, $7,100
5/2014 1988 928S4, 55k, $25,000
2/2014 1991 928S4, 37K, $31,450
1/2014 1980 928 Gemballa, 76K, $5,360
8/2013 1985 928S, 25K, $13,800
7/2013 1986.5 928S, 41K, $17,650
6/2013 1980 928, 80K, $5,252

930 (1976-1989)
2/2015 1986 911 Turbo Ruf BTR2, 67K, $86,100
10/2014 1977 911 Turbo Magnus Walker, 85K, $111,099
2/2014 1977 911 Turbo, 60K, $61,544
1/2014 1988 911 Turbo, 4K, $77,600
9/2013 1984 911 Turbo, 78K, $43,188
9/2013 1985 911 Turbo, 59K, $39,200

944 (1983-1991)
2/2016 944 Rothmans Cup, NA, $10,200
11/2014 1989 944S2, 27K, $19,600
4/2014 1990 944S2 Cab, 105K, $8,100
3/2014 1991 944S2, 77K, $12,500
3/2014 1988 944 Turbo S, 43K, $12,500

951 (1986-1989)
4/2017 1987 944 Turbo – $6,400
10/2016 1987 944 Turbo, 107K, $8,100
10/2016 1986 944 Turbo, 68K, $9,100
10/2016 1989 944 Turbo, 43K, $33,200
7/2016 1989 944 Turbo, 283K, $12,199
7/2016 1986 944 Turbo, 126K, $5,500
9/2015 1989 944 Turbo, 87K, $16,600
7/2015 1988 944 Turbo, 47K, $21,900
5/2015 1986 944 Turbo, 30K, $19,000
3/2015 1987 944 Turbo, 5K, $30,000
1/2015 1986 944 Turbo, 58K, $21,500
11/2014 1987 944 Turbo, 230K, $5,100
9/2014 1986 944 Turbo, 69K, $12,000
7/2014 1987 944 Turbo, 102K, $6,700
5/2014 1988 944 Turbo S, 39K, $32,990
12/2013 1988 944 Turbo S, 43K, $17,600
9/2012 1988 944 Turbo S, 35K, $21,000

964 (1989-1994)
3/2017 1989 911 Carrera 4 Coupe – $104,900
11/2016 1989 911 Carrera 4, 94K, $35,901
12/2015 1994 C2 Targa, 79k, $64,100
5/2015 1992 C2 Targa, 51k, $62,100
10/2014 1994 C4 Widebody, 89K, $55,100
9/2014 1994 RS America, 67K, $77,500
7/2014 1990 Carrera 4 “RS”, 139K, $85,200
6/2014 1994 Speedster, 43K, $112,100
12/2013 1994 Carrera 2 Targa, 127K, $28,900
11/2013 1989 Carrera 4, 134K, $17,000
11/2013 1990 Carrera 4, 89K, $24,200

968 (1992-1995)
2/2017 1994 968 Coupe – $29,995
3/2016 1992 968 Cabriolet Supercharged, 59K, $24,200
6/2015 1993 968, 132K, $11,211
3/2015 1993 968, 166K, $13,700
9/2014 1994 968, 166K, $6,800
4/2014 1992 968 Cabriolet, 118K, $11,400
1992 968 Coupe, 114K, $11,100

986 ()
8/2014 2000 Boxster, 72K, $9,600
4/2014 Race-prepped 2002 Boxster S, N/A, $30,995

987 ()

993 (1995-1998)
3/2017 1995 911 Carrera Coupe – $41,093
6/2015 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Coupe, 52K, $46,900
6/2015 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe, 117K, $55,900
3/2015 1997 Porsche 911 Turbo S, 15K, $440,000
9/2014 1997 911 Cabriolet, 47K, $34,800
5/2014 1996 911 C4S, 13K, $73,200
5/2014 1995 911, 88K, $38,205
4/2014 1998 911 Carrera S, 63K, $60,000
2/2014 1996 911 Turbo, 66K, $74,750

996 (1999-2005)
2/2016 2002 911 Turbo, 58K, $44,100
2/2016 2002 911 Turbo, 11K, $52,500
10/2014 2001 911 Turbo, 56K, $35,500
1/2014 2003 911 Turbo X50, 13K, $48,000

997 (2005-2012)
6/2015 2007 911 GT3 RS, 17K, $130,099

991 ()
2/2017 2016 911R -$547,500
1/2016 2016 911 GT3 RS, 28 mi, $284,999

Panamera

Volkswagen

A1
3/2017 1983 GTI – $7,200
2/2017 1983 GTI – $5,672
2/2017 1984 Rabbit Convertible – $6,900
2/2017 1977 Rabbit VR6 24V – $5,200
11/2016 1982 Rabbit Pickup GTi, 110K, $3,795
8/2016 1978 Rabbit L, 108K, $4,750
7/2016 1984 GTi Race Car, NA, $7,250
6/2016 1983 GTi, 89K, $4,900
1/2016 1984 GTI Callaway Turbo, 20K, $22,184
11/2015 1977 Volkswagen Rabbit, 35k, $8,600
6/2015 1981 Rabbit Pickup turbodiesel, 67k, $6,213.13
3/2015 1984 Rabbit GTi, 116k, $8,000
1/2015 1978 Rabbit, N/A, $5,800
11/2014 1984 GTi, 104K, $5,500
8/2014, 1987 Cabriolet, 28K, $6,500
4/2014, 1983 Cabriolet 16V, 200K, $1,425
4/2014, 1978 Rabbit L Diesel, 135K, $5,600.55
3/2014 1984 GTi, 25K, $13,200
1/2014 1984 Jetta GLI, N/A mi, $687
1/2014 1982 Rabbit L Diesel, 275K, $4,050
1/2014 1977 Rabbit VR6 24V, 36K, $7,200
12/2013 1984 GTi, 20K, $16,000
12/2013 1975 Rabbit Swallowtail, 40K, $7,006.06
10/2013 1980 Rabbit Pickup, 42K, $3,100
10/2013 1983 GTi Callaway Turbo, 18K, $17,754.07
10/2013 1983 GTi Callaway Turbo, 156K, $6,000
6/2013 1984 GTi, 57K, $7,500
3/2013 1984 GTi, 106K, $6,901
10/2012 1981 Rabbit Sportruck, 62K, $6,600
10/2012 1984 GTi Callaway Turbo Widebody, N/A, $6,600

A2
4/2017 1988 Jetta GLI 16V – $8,099
2/2017 1992 GTI 3.2 VR6 – $10,600
7/2016 1992 Jetta GLI 16V, 110K, $3,789
6/2016 1992 Golf VR6 Turbo, NA, $6,782
10/2015 1990 Golf Country, 25K, $10,952
7/2015 1991 Jetta GLI VR6 swap, 144K, $3,703.23
6/2015 1990 Golf Country Syncro, 50K, $15,000
6/2015 1990 Golf GL, 34K, $6,900
2/2015 1985 Golf GTI Callaway Turbo, 48K, $21,100
9/2014 1989 Jetta Diesel, 66K, $5,500
6/2014 1986 Jetta GLI, 75K, $3,650
11/2013 1989 Jetta Carat, 71K, $3,4000
12/2013 1992 Jetta Eco Diesel, 159K, $3,551
11/2013 1990 Jetta GLI 16V, 109K, $2,900
9/2013 1989 Jetta Carat, 34K, $7,500
9/2013 1988 Jetta GLI 16V Trophy, 90K, $6,600

A3
6/2016 1998 GTi VR6 Turbo, 90K, $8,000
8/2015 1996 Golf Harlequin, 134K, $6,100
11/2014 1996 GTi VR6, 210K, $4,400
9/2014 1998 GTi VR6, 136K, $3,850
9/2014 1997 GTi VR6, 117K, $4,600
3/2014 1997 Cabriolet VR6, 77K, $7,600
12/2013 1998 Jetta GLX VR6, 136K, $2,025
12/2013 1998 Jetta TDI, 76K, $5,525
11/2013 1998 GTi VR6, 123K, $3,605

A4
3/2017 2002 Beetle Turbo S – $3,500
6/2013 2003 Jetta TDI Variant, 83K, $13,990
6/2013 2004 R32, 17K, $18,900

A5

A6

A7

B1
7/2016 1978 Volkswagen Dasher Wagon, 23K, $5,600
6/2016 1978 Dasher, 101K, $2,150
11/2015 1980 Volkswagen Dasher Diesel Wagon, 153K, $3,250

B2
8/2016 1983 Quantum GL, 12K, $2,501
5/2015 1987 Quantum GL5, 78K, $3,050
3/2015 1987 Quantum Syncro Wagon, 128K, $3,100
1/2015 1985 Passat Diesel Variant, 36K, $4,550
12/2013 1988 Quantum GL5, 89K, $1,525

B3

B4
10/2016 1996 Passat TDi Variant, 109K, $6,800
8/2016 1996 Passat TDi, TMU, $4,150
5/2015 1996 Passat TDI Variant, 76K, $11,000
1/2015 1996 Passat TDI, 129K, $3,250
12/2014 1997 Passat GLX VR6, 206K, $810
5/2014 1996 Passat TDI, 119K, $3,900

B5
05/2016 2003 Passat W8 4Motion Variant 6-speed, 105K, $10,000
12/2014 2004 Passat GLS TDI Variant, 107K, $7,000
11/2013 2003 Passat W8 Variant, 95K, $8,500
10/2013 2003 Passat W8, 106K, $5,300

B6

B7

D1
10/2014 2004 Phaeton W12, 30K, $27,375
4/2013 2004 Phaeton W12, 74K, $18,500

Beetle
12/2015 1968 Beetle, 104k mi, $8,021.21
8/2015 1968 Beetle, 665 mi, $9,900
2/2013 1962 Beetle, 29K, $15,599
1/2013 1965 Beetle, 61K, $11,950

Type 3
4/2015 1963 Notchback, N/A, $16,300
1/2015 1964 Notchback, 1K, $19,899
10/2013 1967 Squareback, N/A, $3,799
4/2013 1967 Fastback, 96K, $12,200

Type 4
11/2013 1973 412, N/A, $5,600

Karmann Ghia
4/2014 1968 Karmann Ghia Type 34, 62K, $35,000

T
4/2017 1960 Bus – $45,300
5/2016 1986 Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia Syncro, NA, $20,000
2/2016 1988 Volkswagen LT28 Westfalia, 124.5K, $20,000
10/2015 1990 DoKa Syncro, 23K, $29,903
8/2015 1989 DoKa Diesel, 79K, $12,100
8/2015 1988 Transporter Panel Van, 35K, $11,500
7/2015 1990 Vanagon Westfalia, 179K, $19,951
2/2015 1965 Type 2 Camper, 86K, $50,000
11/2014 1969 Type 2 Double Cab, 43K, $44,000
11/2014 1989 Transporter Panel Van Turbodiesel, 42K, $8,500
10/2014 1989 Syncro Westfalia Hightop, 43K, $42,900
8/2014 1982 Vanagon Westfalia, 50K, $9,600
4/2014 1993 Eurovan Westfalia Weekender, 192K, $9,000
1/2014 1987 Vanagon Syncro, 151K, $11,100
1/2014 1991 DoKa Tristar Syncro, 62K, $35,800
12/2013 1986 Vanagon Syncro, 222K, $5,600
7/2013 1971 T2 Single Cab Pickup, 66K, $9,701
6/2013 1990 Vanagon Carat, 142K, $10,500
3/2013 1990 Transporter Single Cab Pickup Turbodiesel, 120K, $9,500
11/2012 1961 T2 Single Cab Pickup, N/A, $15,601

Scirocco
4/2017 1982 Scirocco – $4,555
8/2016 1981 Scirocco, 54K, $17,100
5/2016, 1979 Scirocco, 86K, $4,000
2/2015 1978 Scirocco, 150k, $6,151
1/2015 1976 Scirocco 16V, 50 mi, $22,600
11/2014 1986 Scirocco, 94K, $3,200
5/2014 1980 Scirocco S, N/A, $1,225
12/2013 1988 Scirocco 16V, 136K, $3,700
12/2013 1978 Scirocco, N/A, $6,100
11/2013 1978 Scirocco, 150K, $7,350
10/2013 1987 Scirocco 16V, 66K, $6,750
10/2013 1988 Scirocco 16V, 61K, $4,500
7/2013 1988 Scirocco 16V, 114K, $2,500
7/2013 1983 Scirocco, 6K, $13,500

Corrado
2/2017 1992 Corrado SLC – $7,900
2/2017 1993 Corrado SLC – $3,601
7/2016 1992 Corrado SLC – $19,000
12/2014 1992 Corrado SLC – $9,500
9/2014 1992 Corrado SLC – $7,900
8/2014 1992 Corrado SLC – $7,250
7/2014, 1993 Corrado SLC, 39K, $14,900
12/2013, 1993 Corrado SLC, 129K, $6,600

Touareg/Tiguan
9/2016 2007 Touareg V10 TDI, 143K, $10,311
1/2014 2004 Touareg V10 TDI, 141K, $17,000

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