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Hello everyone,   I am 82 owned my speedster 39 years and think it is one of the original 604??  someone checking my 1996 GTI that sold the first day saw my speedster and showed interest . I do not know the real value of these cars. Mine draws attention everywhere I go but it was a turnkey built in 1979.  I have been advised to get rid of my toys for the sake of my children.   Any suggestion on value?

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I have been advised to get rid of my toys for the sake of my children.   Any suggestion on value?

No suggestions on the value of the car, but I've got a general suggestion. I'm 60, and my mom is 81.

Don't let other people cajole you into doing something strictly for their convenience. I'd recommend keeping your toys exactly as long as you want them. You worked for them, you bought them, and they're yours.

Heirs who complain about the inconvenience of liquidating an estate are complaining about receiving free money. I have zero sympathy, and I'm the executor of mom's estate and a principal heir. I'll be the one liquidating her assets.

It's how things ought to be. I'd recommend living your own life until you no longer can or want to.

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