Appreciation and demand of the Tenth Anniversaries??

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Appreciation and demand of the Tenth Anniversaries??

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The wife is putting more and more pressure on me to let go of mine. Kids, driveway space, under used etc. anyone have an idea of what these limited's go for now and the best place/s to find good buyers if she does have to go to a new home!?! :(


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https://themarket.co.uk/listings/toyota ... 6ac7503475
&
https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1087435

The first is an auction sale. The second has no date nor what price it actually sold for.

The more original the car the better. Totally unmolested* ones are like rocking horse poo...

* (ALL badges in place, no aftermarket mods e.g. wheels/exhaust/radio etc. etc.)

What colour/number is yours?
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Eegz39 wrote: 03/05/21 13:01 The wife is putting more and more pressure on me to let go of mine. Kids, driveway space, under used etc. anyone have an idea of what these limited's go for now and the best place/s to find good buyers if she does have to go to a new home!?! :(
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