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Of course I’m not going to say it outright, but I am going to aim a little high because:

I know what I have

No lowballers

I don’t really have to sell it

Just testing the waters

But seriously, those things are all true. I just won’t be That Guy and put that language on CL. We’ll see. Is $4,000 like running for the Mayor of CrackPipeVille? Or a good starting point?

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I feel like in the real world it’s an old German car with a lot of miles, so it’s worth about tree-fiddy or trade for some cord wood. In Bring-a-Trailer dollars, it’s probably worth more than my 2012 Volvo. But I’m not sure it can stand up to the scrutiny of that bunch. It’s had 5 owners, though one was very brief, right before me. Most of its life was in New Jersey then Louisiana. I’m not sure I can stand up to the BaT scrutiny, for that matter.

But part of me is tempted. That crowd LOVES a manual wagon....... 

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