Question about 1999 Subaru Legacy
The private party retail book value based on 120000mi (just a guess) ranges anywhere from
$4700 (fair condition) to $5300 (good condition). Assuming it would cost $500 to replace the timing belt, you should probably deduct at least $1000 from the total since anyone buying the car would be buying it blind since they couldn't test drive it. If the motor is fine, it would be worth more to repair it than to get what you can as is.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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