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    Hi Everyone,

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    Ive been given permission by the Minister of Finance to begin the search to rekindle my love affair with the 206 GTI. I bought one new back in 2001 and regretfully sold it when I had to be sensible and buy a family car, but itís time.

    i thought I saw a while back a thread about the things to keep an eye out for when buying ones at this age but canít find it anymore.

    What Iíve seen also is the prices dramatically vary so keen to hear peopleís thoughts on what they have seen values to be at.

    Thanks for any advice in advance.
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    Hello. I've been a member for a little while and this is one of my few postings.
    Check out this website for heaps of info on 206 GTi & RC 180.
    The Peugeot 206 GTI Page

    I bought a 206 GTi more than 5 years ago and it had been a fun and occasionally
    frustrating learning experience. I prefer DIY and do my own servicing and repairs.
    Guess what, I bought another 206 six weeks ago. This time a GTi RC180.
    I think I forgot I was not 19 anymore when I handed over my hard cash.
    I have some work ahead of me in the next few months, like sourcing parts
    like timing belt, clutch, thermostat and replacing all the fluid and new tyres..

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    206 GTi price range can be $1000 to $4000 depending on condition.
    206 GTi RC can be $3000 to $6000.
    I paid $3000 for my GTi and it had done only 80,000km, reqd $1200 in parts to get it reliable.
    I paid $3500 for my GTi RC, it'd done 114,000km. I thing this would require about $1200 in parts too and plenty of time and patience.

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    Thanks so much, it's a great start.

    There seems to be a few around that at the higher end but look like a lot of recent work done so good to understand where that asking value is; certainly keen to find something that isn't going to take too much from day zero to be reliable.

    Thanks!

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