I'm not usre if the online expereince will give you the 2001 prices. They
will give you today's value, I just am not usre they will have the original
price. The actual book has the original sales price. Again, the library is
(If link does not work goto www.cars.com and click on "Research" at the top)
Original MSRP for that car was $69,400
The Kelly Blue Book lists the List Price that any model originally sold for.
This will give you - your friend - a good ballpark figure because KBB won't
know a specific car, but it will know the price of the popular options that
were available. If KBB says a 2001 M5 sold new for $39,756, then you can be
pretty sure that the car you have sold for this price, give or take an
insignificant option or two. You can get a copy of the KBB at the library.
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