If its a manual, max is probably 1200$ as is (MA). If its an auto, probably 700-1000$.I'm basically trying to get the most out of my 2001 Toyota Celica GT. It has a couple of issues such as a bad piston rings, a bad clutch and most likely a new alternator/ battery . The interior is nice and complete with just a hole on the drivers side seat. (fabric seats btw). The exterior only has a paint chip on the rear panel that exposes the metal. I'm basically wondering if I should bother with replacing the clutch and alternator since the rings are bad and also wondering how much I could sell it for with and without fixing it. Thank you guys in advance!
Unfortunately the motor/clutch are expensive, in relation to the price of these cars.
Check around your area for other GT Celicas and knock 700-1000$ off the price of them due to damage.