Re: Trade in price for 156
The best way to get an accurate indication of what cars are selling for is on ebay, search for the cars you want to look at and then click on completed items so see what has sold recently.
The likes of autotrader don't tell you want cars are selling for, they give you a price at which a car is advertised at, so you have no idea what it sells for or if anything.
Lets face it our old alfas are knocking on a bit now the first 156 was out in what 97 so thats a 12 year old car, mind is now 9 years old and although its a v6 it doesn't really have much of a value, its got more value to me than anyone else. To me its a car I will drive it untill it costs me a substantial amount of money to repair and then scrap it.
Very few people want old alfas as they know the repair bill will cost more than the purchase price
The Car in front is my crumple zone
UNDERSTEER is when you hit the wall with the front of the car
OVERSTEER is when you hit the wall with the rear of the car
HORSEPOWER is how fast you hit the wall
TORQUE is how far you take the wall with you