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FS: Blk/BLK 2016 C7 Z06/Z07 1LZ M7 in Chicago!

 
Old 04-13-2019, 11:59 AM
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Hi Folks,

Selling my 2016 C7 Z06, Manual, Black on Jet Black, 1LZ, with carbon everything - including Carbon Buckets and Carbon Ceramics. This is the lowest weight factory spec'd Z06 that GM offers.

I purchased it stock with no mods and 14k+ miles from the original owner in September 2018. The car currently has 16,5k miles on the odometer and will continue to go up as its driven over the weekend and only during clear skies and sunny weather. Since the purchase I have installed an x-pipe(corsa replica from west coast corvette), and an AFE intake with no issues and no codes being thrown. The car has been fully ceramic coated with 5 layers of coat, and the paint has been corrected. Full factory bumper to bumper warranty is valid until 6/29/19 or 36k miles and Powertain until 2021 or 60k miles. Oil change was conducted less than 500 miles ago with full factory spec'd synthetic used. Additionally, I replaced the cup 2 tires with brand new Michelin PS A/S 3 tires installed last month, they're ZP (run flats).

The car has never been tracked and the carbon ceramics bite hard! It is ready to be enjoyed. PM me with any questions. Asking $63,000. Not entertaining any trades.

Build Sheet (some options to highlight)
- HUD
- Apple Car Play
- Bluetooth Audio
- Back up camera
- Full Carbon Stage 3 Aero
- Carbon Buckets
- Carbon Ceramic Brakes
- While it seems 1LZ is bare bones, effectively the only options missing are heated and cooled seats which wont come w/carbon buckets and PDR









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Old 04-13-2019, 08:15 PM
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Price updated $66k OBO. Traveling this coming week, car is available to be shown after April 24th.

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Would love feedback from other members on price point and other factors to have a successful sale.
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Well if the car is 3 years old, you would expect it to be worth somewhere in the 70% of msrp range. That’s excactly where you are at, so pricing is average but not great deal range. The car has probably gone out of the 3/36 Andre you don’t mention any extended warranty. Many sellers have the added security of the extended GM warranty, so buyers feel more protected. Bottom line, if you don’t need to sell quick, you could hang where your at. If you want a quicker sale, somewhere in the $62k would attract interest.
Just my opinion, take it for what it’s worth. GLWS
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Perfectly spec'd car. Excellent! GLWS!

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Old 04-16-2019, 12:41 AM
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Originally Posted by slalomdude View Post
Well if the car is 3 years old, you would expect it to be worth somewhere in the 70% of msrp range. Thatís excactly where you are at, so pricing is average but not great deal range. The car has probably gone out of the 3/36 Andre you donít mention any extended warranty. Many sellers have the added security of the extended GM warranty, so buyers feel more protected. Bottom line, if you donít need to sell quick, you could hang where your at. If you want a quicker sale, somewhere in the $62k would attract interest.
Just my opinion, take it for what itís worth. GLWS
Thank you so much for your advice. Full factory bumper to bumper in effect until Jun 29, 2019. Powertrain valid until 2021. Will update my post.
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Thank you so much for your advice. Full factory bumper to bumper in effect until Jun 29, 2019. Powertrain valid until 2021. Will update my post.
That will definitely help. Easier and cheaper for the buyer to get GM extended warranty while itís still under factory warranty
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Would love feedback from other members on price point and other factors to have a successful sale.
I've been looking to purchase a used Z06 for the past few months. To me, it seems that the release of the ZR1 caused a surge in Z06 offerings during that time. Now that the C8 has a 'hard' reveal date there seems to be an absolute deluge of Z06s and ZR1s on the market. There is so much available that it's even caused me to pause and see how far the market drops.
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Originally Posted by p.bateman View Post
I've been looking to purchase a used Z06 for the past few months. To me, it seems that the release of the ZR1 caused a surge in Z06 offerings during that time. Now that the C8 has a 'hard' reveal date there seems to be an absolute deluge of Z06s and ZR1s on the market. There is so much available that it's even caused me to pause and see how far the market drops.
I understand. Good luck with search.

Dropping the price down to my lowest amount I would consider, $63k. Let's get her sold.


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All cleaned up and under the covers, ready for a new owner. BUMP
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Carbon buckets? Comp seats.
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Carbon buckets? Comp seats.
Correct, competition sports seat.
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