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2002tii vin # 2762093 Value? Lots of pics

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I’m going to be selling my 1972 Tii soon and would like to know it’s realistic value. It has a numbers matching motor that runs very well, 5-speed, Bilsteins, BBS’s.

the body is in very good condition, it had been repainted. The original color was Fjord Metallic. There is only one very small rust spot on the left rear fender well under the flare. The floorboards, frame rails, trunk, strut towers, are all solid. The air dam is cracked on the passenger side, which in probably goin to have fixed prior to selling. Here is a bunch of pictures. 

Thanks!

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Oh hey - I commented on this car on FB!  I kind of like the car - it has a spunky thing going.  I realize it is not for the purist.  

 

It's hard to say in this case, because of course the car itself is valuable (roundie tii that isn't terribly rusty).  

 

But then it has a rough interior.  

 

And it has body mods that are fairly extreme.  

 

And it is repainted a non original color.  

 

Because of all of that, I'm a little more pessimistic vs. Andrew.  Because most folks that want a roundie tii want a fairly stock one.  I think between $12k and $17k.  And that is if it runs nicely, and doesn't have huge mechanical needs.  

 

Scott

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Matching solid 72 tii car with a sunroof so a very worthwhile project and Fjord is a great color. Block paint still looks fresh. Nice original interior but needs a deep clean.

Resto Needs

-remove body kit 

-pair of front fenders 

-rear wheel arch repair

-rear lid or repair

- rinoplasty to remove snorkel

-recover driver seat bottom or source better used pair in correct upholstery

-dash is it cracked? Big plus if uncracked

-clean clean clean

-are the carpets original?

Rear wheel arches and paint are where the  resto dollars will go but its a solid base  numbers match$ and fjord really works on a tii and this has a sunroof

 

 

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VIN 2762093 was probably manufactured June 22, 1972, or thereabouts. This places it in a group of tii’s, from VIN 2762015 through 2762372, that reverted from the “new-fangled” E12 head, aluminum intake runners, and notched firewall to the earlier 121 head, plastic intake runners, and un-notched firewall. This probably makes it slightly more collectible than an E12 1972 tii. Fjord metallic is also a desirable color — I’m assuming the interior is navy blue - and it’s a factory sunroof car with its original engine. All in all, a very collectible example, despite its needs.

 

I’m guessing the next owner might de-flare the car and return it to a more original form, because of its ‘72 tii creds.

 

I can’t narrowly estimate its value, but, assuming it drives decently, mostly works, and is genuinely low-rust, I’d guess that $15K-ish is a floor and it could well sell for substantially more to someone looking for a “classic” 1972 tii to restore.

 

Regards,

 

Steve

 

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Car looks nice and 'honest'. It's a steal for someone who wants a carefree 'driver' who will drive it as is at $12-15K. At that price, I see that much again to put it right, assuming no rust and no engine rebuild. Strip, paint, suspensions, rubber, interior, details (rubber fuel lines?)...it adds up, let me tell you.

 

Car should pull $20K to a user who could throw $5K DIY at it and be in a roundie Tii.

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Thanks for all the input, all your values were right about where I guessed. I’ll be listing in a week or two, and I’ll update everyone of final sale price. 

Thanks again. 

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1 hour ago, Kingryan86 said:

Thanks for all the input, all your values were right about where I guessed. I’ll be listing in a week or two, and I’ll update everyone of final sale price.

 

Good luck.  It will be a great car for someone!

 

Scott

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