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keep  the feccca

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Definitely keep it. Old audis are increasing in value. What's it's history, if it's a good history then definitely a good keeper. 

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3 owners last 1 owner had it 25 years 130,000miles book stamps until 2006 then nothing but all looks original 

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That's good. How long has it been off the road? Ie was it 2006 it went off the road? What's the service history file like? 

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It’s last mot was 2017  but seem to have been tested in previous years but put back in storage straight after has no stamps in book after 2006 but the chap that had it does own a garage an I can see work has been done on it ie a new calliper on osf an oil is fresh 

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Hello Paul, 

Many thanks for contacting the forum.

Unfortunately, the answer to your brief question, does not lie in its history, but with your capabilities and desires in terms of carrying out any work it needs, and your motivation for buying it in the first place. If that was for monetary gain (and nothing wrong with that) then you dispose of it at a profit and move on. If the perceived gain is longer term, and you have suitable ‘free’ storage, then you retain, maintain, and renovate it, and sit back and wait for the long term benefits of appreciation in value - if (in caps) that happens, as we push on with EVs. 
Kind regards,

Gareth. 
 

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