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1999 v w beetle t d i with 166000 whats it worth

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Depending on condition, location, mechanical condition, and features, right around $4000 private party sale. This is based on excellent condition of the vehicle. Now those Tdi are great little engines and will continue to run for a long time if properly maintaned.

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