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It all depends on condition and service history. These are overall good,dependable vehicles but can cost a small fortune to bring up to par if they haven't been maintained or require timing belts,water pump,oil cooler repair,engine oil leaks or clutch replacement. The vehicle would have to be in very good condition to fetch 5k where I live.

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It all depends on condition and service history. These are overall good,dependable vehicles but can cost a small fortune to bring up to par if they haven't been maintained or require timing belts,water pump,oil cooler repair,engine oil leaks or clutch replacement. The vehicle would have to be in very good condition to fetch 5k where I live.

I have had a # of these, and unless this is a one owner vehicle I seriously doubt that it has only 55k on it. The odometer only goes up to 99,999. These were eco-porsches even when I bought my first one 22 years ago. I all likely hood this thing has 155k if no 255k. I would look for a boxter for a couple more $K.

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