[Quantum Owners] Values

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mga...@yahoo.com

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Jun 10, 2021, 7:49:20 AMJun 10
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Having seen what a 58,000 mile 1989 Fiesta XR2 is now worth, I think we might all be undervaluing our Quantums. Hell, even just as a source of spare parts, our cars are now getting pretty valuable. We really do need to make sure that we remember that.

 

£20,250 is now the price to beat.

 

https://angliacarauctions.co.uk/classic/results/saturday-1st-sunday-2nd-may/1989-ford-fiesta-xr2/

 

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Matthew

susanandmartin

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Jun 10, 2021, 9:41:56 AMJun 10
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I made a suggestion at an AGM 2018? That we could possibly increase the values by offering our cars for sale (for free in selected classic magazines/sites) for large money, which could prompt anyone actually selling a Quantum to increase their asking price – once the expectation is established, who knows?

I have to say I wouldn’t pay the huge asking prices for some classics, and certainly not 500k for any car (even if I had the money), but I am a cheapskate. 😊

Martin Scott

 

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susanandmartin

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Jun 10, 2021, 9:49:02 AMJun 10
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An interesting MOT fail from 2007. It would good if the MOT history from earlier in it’s life was also visible (not many miles added in recent years)

  • Nearside Rear Suspension component mounting prescribed area is excessively corroded (2.4.A.3)

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From: mgaskin via Quantum Owners Group
Sent: 10 June 2021 12:49
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Subject: [Quantum Owners] Values

 

Having seen what a 58,000 mile 1989 Fiesta XR2 is now worth, I think we might all be undervaluing our Quantums. Hell, even just as a source of spare parts, our cars are now getting pretty valuable. We really do need to make sure that we remember that.

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Darren Siepka

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Jun 10, 2021, 3:10:26 PMJun 10
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I have the invoice from old Q for my wife's 2+2 , the buyer paid just over 18k for it!! That was in 95....

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