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Phil Smith
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As Matt says it's difficult to value stuff without actually seeing it but the pictures are pretty good so I think I can give you a fairly good idea.

The most valuable car there is the white Mercedes, in good order this would be a £60 car, but it looks to be in rather poor condition so the value is really only the sum of the spare parts for this, about £20.
As for the others there is nothing very rare or valuable, most of the cars will have a value of between £10 and £20 and less for those cars that are not complete i.e. missing screens and aerofoils etc.

My advice would be to stick them on ebay as a job lot, with a reserve of £150

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the last one is the you steer car, can anyone help me at all with this one as I haven't come acrss them before? there is also a throttle for it by the way
 

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There is no extra value for the U-steer cars, the Lamorghini Muira can be a little hard to track down as a u-steer, but the Ford is a common car, value is about £20 max in this condition. Throttle has no value whatsoever!!

if you want to make this a many of the other cars look 100% better, then get yourself a can of Lighter Fuel (petrol) and give them a wipe over too get rid of the glue around the decals and stickers.
 

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it's just that was one that I was thinking of keeping though I've had an offer on it so it may go
 
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