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Author Subject: Are they ever going to go up in value?
KevinTW

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Post #1
In 2001 I had a 1983 Capri 2.0s and a Mk1 1600GTXLR. I paid £200 each for them. They would be around 8 grand each now. I remember my next door neighbour selling a red 205 1.6GTI daily driver in reasonable condition for £400 15 years ago and look at them now. Why are our cars not doing the same? What worries me is that they will be banned from so many towns and cities before they are tax exempt that hardly anybody wants them. Loads of kids today are not learning to drive and can't maintain a push bike let alone a car.

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Posted 22nd Apr 2020 at 18:36
Day666

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Post #2
Hi Kevin
I myself have a 1974 mini Clubman from when I was 17 and before I passed my test it’s worth £12,000 now ...

As long as your 6 is kept standard or close as can be they will go up in value but I don’t think as much as the 205s m8 ...
The problem with the 6s and Rallyes are the Engines were wanted for 205s and rebuilds etc so they won’t be about in the numbers 205s were and are...
The 205s are Cult cars
The 306/6 and Rallye may never be in that league ??????

PS ...I don’t think classic cars / owners will worry about going into Cities soon anyway...they will just drive out and around the country side and away from the Zone charges in the Big Cities ....they will never ban these cars in our lifetime I think Thumbs up
Posted 8th May 2020 at 07:46
RallyeP6

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Hot hatch cars in the late 1980's / early 90's and Ford Capri's too were too expensive to buy and insure for us that were in our teens.
And nowdays all grown up and with some spare cash want to relive their youth and own the cars they wanted years ago.
I don't know if the 306 Gti6 falls into that bracket. I bought an Renault 5 Gordini Turbo, tidied it up a bit and sold it for £450 in 1993, but really wanted a GT Turbo.
Posted 24th Apr 2020 at 09:15
denk

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Post #4
KevinTW wrote:
Are they ever going to go up in value?


Dunno
Posted 7th May 2020 at 22:32
Ben_W

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It's really odd, as the 306 is constantly touted as one the THE best hot hatches Peugeot had/have made, yet prices remain stubbornly low. The 106 on the other had, the Rallye especially, has seen some significant price increases over the last couple of years. There are signs that the market is starting to turn, and despite the current situation, there is demand for the 6/Rallye, which appears to a degree, to be outstripping supply.

Certainly around the Facebook group(s) for the 306, Ive seen a number of people putting up wanted posts for either a 6 or a Rallye. As said, quite whether the 306 will ever reach the same esteemed status or prices that the 205 has done, I don't know but also as Damien said, there will always be a market for good cars, with standard and/or low mileage examples fetching the best money.

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China Blue GTi6 .... Weekend toy

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Posted 8th May 2020 at 08:55
Joep

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Post #6
In the Netherlands prices increase fast: an okay one from 1998 goes for 7000 euros. A few weeks back someone was looking to spend 8k to 15k on a 306 GTI6.

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Posted 8th May 2020 at 10:53
Joep

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And another phase 1 with damage and 275k km on the clock goes for 3500 euros.

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'96 Sigma Blue XSi6
'98 Diablo Red GTi6
'99 Onyx Black S16

All RFS powered!

Plus various other Peugeots
Posted 8th May 2020 at 10:59
pug_306

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Post #8
Im going to put a 50k P3 GTi6 on ebay in the next week or 2 when I get round to taking some decent pictures, will be a good project for someone







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Posted 8th May 2020 at 16:05
thugpuggin

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Post #9
£2.53 I'll take it off your hands.

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Posted 8th May 2020 at 20:01
pug_306

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Post #10
Add some zeros on the end and we got a deal :-)

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1998 Supercharged White Rallye
1992 205 GTi6
205 Turbo 340bhp
Posted 8th May 2020 at 21:08
Nose

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Post #11
Being VERY old now, it makes me smile to think of some of the cars i've had in the past and what they're worth now. To name but a few, my very first car was a black 1275GT Mini, Capri 2.0s (in white - i do have a thing about white cars it seems haha) Escort Mk2 Harrier (in white!) - saw one of these recently for £28kl!!!! Mk2 RS2000 (In white - it does seem a reccuring factor) Cavalier MK2 SRI - when did you last see one of those?? all of the above are now worth serious money. Obviously i'm biased a bit but i genuinely think the Rallye will start to fetch some proper money, if nothing else but just for the extremely limited production run, 500 is NOT alot of cars at all. Obviously over the years cars have been scrapped, written off, changed into track cars so the number of road going Rallye's i would imagine is seriously limited now, that alone will add to their value. The 6's also seem to be going up in value now from what i can see - even rough cars on ebay seem to be going up in price recently from when i first got my Rallye 5 years ago. If our Rallye's and 6's will ever fetch stupid money as some of the 205's do, who nows, but take a look at prices on 106 Rallye's now! So i think if you do own a Rallye or a 6, i'd probably be keeping hold of it cos i think the values are only going one way - and it ain't down!

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Posted 10th May 2020 at 11:14
Nose

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Post #12
pug_306 wrote:
Add some zeros on the end and we got a deal :-)




Ok, will £2.5300 buy it then bud? Big grin

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Posted 10th May 2020 at 11:16
pug_306

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Post #13
£2500 and I might think about it LOL

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1992 205 GTi6
205 Turbo 340bhp
Posted 10th May 2020 at 12:15

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