I am not affiliated with Volo, I just enjoy looking at their cars for sale. If this post isnt allowed I apologize.
I wouldn’t give more than $10k myself. It’s a 28-year-old car. As I noted in another post a several weeks ago ultra-low mileage cars aren’t worth a premium price, in my experience. Every one I’ve owned had an unusually large number of problems. Parts just die of “rigor mortis” - i.e. old age. Especially things like hoses, radiators, fuel pumps, power brake boosters, etc. In many ways, the car's age is more relevant than its mileage.
Wayne A. Pflughaupt
My 2003 Cartier