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Old 01-20-2019, 07:18 PM
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Someone just paid 25k for an 07 convertible. 7000 mi.
Guess the C-6 is still holding some value!

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Old 01-20-2019, 07:24 PM
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Everything holds value at BJ!
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Just can't have too many of the B-J threads.
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Old 01-20-2019, 07:26 PM
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Evidently!
And thatís not counting the fee!
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+10% would make it $27,500 total
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Proof mass produced cars aren't investments and why I buy them to drive them.. Cost the owner $4 per mile discounting inflation and it's considered "good" resale.

But I'm glad some folks are preserving garage queens so I can buy them heavily discounted.

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Originally Posted by BackInBlack05 View Post
Proof mass produced cars aren't investments and why I buy them to drive them.. Cost the owner $4 per mile discounting inflation and it's considered "good" resale.

But I'm glad some folks are preserving garage queens so I can buy them heavily discounted.
Amen. Drive the damn things! It's a pushrod V8... mileage ain't no thang.
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And to protect himself the owner my have been bidding to keep from giving it away too.
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And to protect himself the owner my have been bidding to keep from giving it away too.
I've always wondered if that happens.
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But then he pays 10% buyers fee and 10% sellers fee. Cost him $5k.
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But then he pays 10% buyers fee and 10% sellers fee. Cost him $5k.
I believe it's 10% from each party.
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+10% would make it $27,500 total
another example of a uneducated buyer
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But then he pays 10% buyers fee and 10% sellers fee. Cost him $5k.
But at least he wouldn't give his car away from some lowball bid.

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Insane prices on restomod Corvettes on Saturday. Several for over $200K and a couple over $300 and one for $400K.
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Old 01-22-2019, 10:45 AM
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LOL.....The ol notion of high mileage doesn't matter is just like the notion of size doesn't matter. Size does matter....and so does mileage........
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Originally Posted by windyC6 View Post
LOL.....The ol notion of high mileage doesn't matter is just like the notion of size doesn't matter. Size does matter....and so does mileage........
To a collector maybe. Most people that buy cars want to erm... drive them.
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Originally Posted by cmonkey713 View Post
Insane prices on restomod Corvettes on Saturday. Several for over $200K and a couple over $300 and one for $400K.
Seemed like an endless supply of resto-moded C2 rolling up on the block. Selling for more $$ than original cars of the same vintage.
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If I had a C2 that I wanted to drive, it would have a LS3 and M6 or A6 behind it.
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Originally Posted by BackInBlack05 View Post
I believe it's 10% from each party.
If you were the seller AND the buyer you would pay both fees in addition to consignment fee and your transport to, and in this model, from the auction.

A friend sold the 67 that went for $300,000.00 on Friday evening. IIRC he said sellerís fee was 8 percent. Buyer pays 10 percent.
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Old 01-23-2019, 11:17 AM
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Originally Posted by SlothX311 View Post
To a collector maybe. Most people that buy cars want to erm... drive them.
So hypothetically speaking....if you are considering one of two C-6's for purchase. Both are identical 2010 models..........one with 80-K miles on it for 25-grand.......the other has 15-K miles on it and it goes for 27-grand. Which one you gonna buy ?...........
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