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- 1996 850 T-5 Wagon, 1993 940 GL Wagon
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<h3><a href="https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/volvo-940-1991/sse-ad-12357237" rel="nofollow noreferrer ugc">Link to carsales ad</a></h3><ul><li>Non-turbo, '91 model</li><li>Tan interior</li><li>Almost twelve-thousand dollarydoos</li><li>What is even happening</li></ul>
Listed on eBay for $12,240, looks pretty bog-stock N/A, from the eyes of someone who doesn't know 240's.
eBay user is "kollector_cars" - "Selling, buying and consigning old school kool cars"
Looking at the other cars for sale is interesting also.
I looked that up too just to make sure I wasn't being a typical cheapass turbobricker type and expecting all N/A 940s to sell for sub-2k. I'd say people are getting on the 240 and 850R 'it's a classic!' bandwagon hoping that their cars are going to go for way more than they're worth.
Problem is if people start paying stupid prices, it'll push the market up. But hey, what do I know about markets and economics and that stuff.