try at Parkers Guide http://www.parkers.co.uk/ although watching fleabay
over several weeks can give a fair idea of how the market is once you
discount the nutters plus you get to laugh at the ridiculous.
Kato 200TDi Disco
Sucking his keyboard for inspiration, William Black typed:
Why do they want money? You can get a basic valuation for free. It's only
if you want a mileage adjustment that they ask you to pay. The basic
dealer/independent/private/trade-in prices are freely available.
I'm not sure if it's the same these days as they change it quite often
but ISTR that some types of Land Rover are classed as "Commercial"
vehicles and you had to pay for all commercial valuations. The website
also only values cars less than a certain age (~10yrs) for free.
Failing Parker's and finished items on ebay as others have suggested,
have a look at autotrader.co.uk and see what people in your area are asking.
Other than that, why not just drive to WH Smith and buy a copy of Parker's?
ebay  is a pretty good indicator. Autotrader gives an idea of what
people 'think' their car's worth. Parkers is what most people use, but
really it's down to the market, which isn't the same around the country
so location also comes into it.
 Search for 'ended items' rather than currently running auctions.
No LR Defender section
This is getting silly...
Is the price of 2nd hand Defenders a secret or something?
They're actually becoming quite common as road cars these days, the BBC's
Top Gear reckon they're just about the coolest car available and you've been
able to get metallic paint jobs and mag wheels for them for well over a
IT'S NOT A VAN.
Some sort of obscure secret society probably controls the price.
Meeting in conclave dressed in their traditional waxed cotton robes with
Timberland boots, a ragged bush hat covered in badges, roping gloves and
patched green corduroy trousers?
Can someone give me their address please...
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