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VRoss6 VRoss6 from Brazil (Southeast) posted @ 17 May 2010 00:28:51
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Hello, we could put the average price of our cars in our countries (standard currency U.S. dollars).
Here in Brazil we have a website where they calculated the average value of cars, this is the source of information for the annual rates of government.
I paid for my $ 15,000 and informed that the site value is $ 20,000, I'm a lucky guy


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Tornado Tornado from Cyprus (Cyprus) posted @ 17 May 2010 17:09:05
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You mean like how much where when they were new (from the dealer) or how much are the worth today?

VRoss6 VRoss6 from Brazil (Southeast) posted @ 18 May 2010 03:26:33
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Ok I guess you thought I was talking about the price when the car was new, because I said I paid 15 000, right? Wrong!
believe it or not, that is the price to run it today in my country,
but I also said I am a lucky guy right? right,
cuz normal price for this type of car is $ 20,000 here;

Now, sit,
the price for rados in Brazil, when they were Newby was 40 grant ... |: (


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Tornado Tornado from Cyprus (Cyprus) posted @ 18 May 2010 11:37:05
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Jesus, that's very expensive...it could probably cost you less to import one from the States

Well, here in our small country (800.000 residents) we have approx. 25 Corrados (so you understand how rare they are here). The Corrado was never officially imported here by VW so all of our 'Rados are imports (mainly from the UK). I have one G60 and my best friend has now 6 Corrados (2 x VR6's, 1 x G60, 1 x2.0 16V and 2 x 1.8 16V's, lol, but he's not a member of the Corrado-database )

Today, prices vary between 3000 euros for a not very good condition 1.8 16V (only Europe had this model), 6000-7000 euros for a nice condition G60 and max 9.000-10.000 for a nice condition VR6

These prices also apply (more or less) to the neighbor country Greece

Kris-G60 Kris-G60 from Switzerland (Zentralschweiz) posted @ 19 May 2010 08:04:32
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Hier sind die Preise in der Schweiz



http://www.autoscout24.ch/AS24Web/List.aspx?wl=1&lng=ger&from=Default&zipcountry=CH&make=74&modellike=corrado&cur=CHFtopl&total=26&eftotal=26&sort=price&carsperpage=

VRoss6 VRoss6 from Brazil (Southeast) posted @ 20 May 2010 00:51:23
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I believe the car is expensive in Brazil for their rarity, we are 180 million people with a fleet of 70 thousand vehicles, and believe me, 20 races only. Here also, the VW did not matter, then the units were separate imports. Nobody knows estimate how many units are still running but I think something like only 10.
Dude, ever wondered what your friend has approx. 25% of runs from her parents?!!!!


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Tzatziki Tzatziki from Sweden (Skåne) posted @ 20 May 2010 08:12:52
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You can get a corrado from 2-3.000 euros up to 10.000 euros here depending on the condition. I think it was last summer i saw a -95 with all the extra you could get from the dealer when it was made. All original and few mileage.
The price was about 10.000 euros.


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Wish Wish from United Kingdom (Englands North) posted @ 20 May 2010 15:14:29
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Approx £24,000 sterling for G60 / VR6 as new, now £2-3k gets you a reasonable C, £3-5k a decent C, and for £5-10k you can get a pretty nice example if you know where to look.

Two years ago, I nearly bought a specially modified Corrado VR6 Turbo which was running approx 620 BHP! with 4x4 running on slicks for track days, that was going for only £11-12k with or without BBS LM's, in the end I left well alone as any repairs would have been very very expensive to put right considering about £45k in total had been spent on the engine!!


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VRoss6 VRoss6 from Brazil (Southeast) posted @ 21 May 2010 01:51:02
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LOL 620HP !! 4x4 !!! a good candidate to a WRC...

take a look at this MK3
http://golfmk3.com.br/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=139&p=225&hilit=turbo#p225


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panter1982 panter1982 from Netherlands (Overijssel) posted @ 23 May 2010 12:19:47
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i spent 4000€ voor my corrado.you can buy a g60 for 1800 here.
netherlands have mutch corrado sow there not very exspensif.unless you want somthing very rare

sebs sebs from Latvia (Vidzeme) posted @ 25 May 2010 12:12:09
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In my country prices started from 1000USD it`s G60 1988-1990y.e., but if you want buy something newer and in better condition it will cost from 2500USD and more, but if you want buy VR6 it will cost from 4000USD. Corrado are car for everyone, for poor students, tuners and guys who use this car like hobycar.

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