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Old 03-09-2017, 08:14 AM   #1
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Just curiou as to what u guys think a 00 hawk is worth, just under 55k, white, 1/24 white hawks available in auto, car sounds nice, 8/10 maybe 8.5, little wear on bolster and one door panel starting to crack, sounds like a good day orvtwo of detailing and it would be nice nice
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Old 03-11-2017, 07:11 AM   #2
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Some pics, 4 owners, I'd be #5 "ole lumpy" spoiler, looks like maybe its a 1/10 car or less, but @ 50k and 4 owners not sure that matters as much anymore, going to look today what ya guys think?
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The interior looks sad for only 55K miles. I'd have figured 100-150K if not for no rips in the driver's seat. But, maybe a super cleaning, shampooing, detailing will bring back some of those faded, dirty and neglected surfaces. Hopefully the previous 4 owners didn't neglect the drive train and fluids like that.

I'd put a clean 2002 WS6 A4 with 55K miles at around $11K-$13K. Then knock off $1500 or so for 2 more model years. Probably still in the $11K-$12K range for the Firehawk which imo is worth a 10% premium. If the paint is nice and it drives nice...the rest can be worked on. Last time I looked at dealer asking prices for 55K mile Hawks they were usually in the $14K-$17K range....way too high.

They don't grow on trees. White ones are the scarcest color for that year, but not by much. And old stumpy doesn't hurt.

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The interior looks sad for only 55K miles. I'd have figured 100-150K if not for no rips in the driver's seat. But, maybe a super cleaning, shampooing, detailing will bring back some of those faded, dirty and neglected surfaces. Hopefully the previous 4 owners didn't neglect the drive train and fluids like that.

I'd put a clean 2002 WS6 A4 with 55K miles at around $11K-$13K. Then knock off $1500 or so for 2 more model years. Probably still in the $11K-$12K range for the Firehawk which imo is worth a 10% premium. If the paint is nice and it drives nice...the rest can be worked on. Last time I looked at dealer asking prices for 55K mile Hawks they were usually in the $14K-$17K range....way too high.

They don't grow on trees. White ones are the scarcest color for that year, but not by much. And old stumpy doesn't hurt.


Thanks Firebrian, kinda of exactly where I was @ with it, I was sposed to go down yesterday and look/get it but with the weather, I decided to wait instead of drive down twice for it, we will see what this week brings I guess
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The interior looks sad for only 55K miles. I'd have figured 100-150K if not for no rips in the driver's seat. But, maybe a super cleaning, shampooing, detailing will bring back some of those faded, dirty and neglected surfaces. Hopefully the previous 4 owners didn't neglect the drive train and fluids like that.

I'd put a clean 2002 WS6 A4 with 55K miles at around $11K-$13K. Then knock off $1500 or so for 2 more model years. Probably still in the $11K-$12K range for the Firehawk which imo is worth a 10% premium. If the paint is nice and it drives nice...the rest can be worked on. Last time I looked at dealer asking prices for 55K mile Hawks they were usually in the $14K-$17K range....way too high.

They don't grow on trees. White ones are the scarcest color for that year, but not by much. And old stumpy doesn't hurt.

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Drove it home today, has some issues, but runs great, everything appears to work, dunno about the AC, 1 wheel has a good ding, rest are really nice, it was put away dirty, and storage dirty on top of that, but he had all paperwork, SLP paperwork, should clean up nice and be a good pickup,
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and 1 speaker crackles, already washed, and working on detail, will post picks soon
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Look forward to the photos.
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and 1 speaker crackles, already washed, and working on detail, will post picks soon
Nice pick up and glad to see the car go to someone who is going to take care of her....a white hawk has always been one of my bucket list cars.

If it's not to personal would you mind giving a ballpark of around what you paid for it. I like to ask as with rarer cars like Firehawk there is not a lot of good representation out there. It helps us guys in this "what's it worth" section to have a good inventory of cars that actually sold not those that sit on the market forever. Also I thought that this is a good example as many of the Hawks I have seen within the last year or two have been more of that driver quality.
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^^^ I'm another one that would like to hear the price if you feel like sharing. I really like the white Firehawks. The mileage is certainly right unless one of those 4 owners beat on it. Changing all the fluids, plugs, etc... will start you out fresh and on your own maintenance schedule. The wheel repair should be $200 or possibly less and I would certainly get that done if the other 3 are still nice. I like starting with fresh tires too of my choice as well. Lots of potential here for a fun ownership experience.
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man if I could get the wheel fixed for $200 I'd be in heaven, spent all night on detail, probably another night or two, and a few more cocktails, lol I'll touch base
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man if I could get the wheel fixed for $200 I'd be in heaven, spent all night on detail, probably another night or two, and a few more cocktails, lol I'll touch base
You should be able to. I've had 3 quotes on my C4 wheels that I'm having re-done (due to oxidation under the paint and some tire installer damage from a prior owner) and not one quote was over $200 per wheel. Best of luck!
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thread here guys, I will still touch base with you guys as well

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