I'd prefer not to get dragged into taking sides. As I see it we're all Alpina enthousiasts and therefore all on the same side.nazor said:So dave is Kees not worthy of his input here as "an expert"?
Although this might be true, that's only the case if you have the time to wait for the right buyer. Additionally, like it or not but the value of the car is linked to the value of similiar types of cars...if someone can buy an E28 M5 or B7 or B10 in similiar condition for less money then it will impact the resale value of your B9.ALPINA B9-06 said:in the e28 section thread MFIVER has made the most relevant point and that is the b9 is equal to the m5 in desirability, but far rarer and worth what anyone is prepared to pay for it.
thanks for your support paul...i am en experienced ebayer and have sold cars via ebay in the past...what i have found with ebay is that quite often things do not meet reserve but someone will contact you during or after the auction and a deal can be struck, so i never judge anything by what happens in an auction...it can be just who is looking at the time. we just sold my wifes honda and never even got one bid only to be contacted after the auction and a deal was struck.pauledwick said:Dave,
Best you sell that Jag, must be easier to put a value on and find suitable buyer.
Then you can keep the B9 just how you want it...
In the market, the B9 is worth only what another person will pay you for it; E-bay tends to be a brutal way of finding this out so hope you don't get too disappointed.