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how much should i ask for? #327714 Nov 16, 11:31am Nov 16, 11:31am

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how much should i ask for?
This is a 93 mx-6 , with shogun bodykit/wing.

1. FULL SHOWGUN BODY KIT WITH WING

2. 18 INCH WHITE ENKEI WHEELS AND TIRES 215/40/18

3. SONY AMPLIFIER WITH 10" BAZOOKA TUBE

4. CLEAR CORNER LIGHTS

5. HYPER WHITE HEADLIGHT BULBS

6. 6 DISC CD CHANGER IN TRUNK

7. HOT SHOT Cold Air Intake

8. HKS STYLE EXHAUST

9. SUPER CHIP IN ECU

10. 10 MILLIMETER SPARK PLUG WIRES

11. STRAIGHT PIPE IN PLACE OF CATALYTIC CONVERTER

150,000 miles on original engine.

2 NEW AXELS

NEW RACK AND PINION

is $5000 too high to try to sell it??

Re: how much should i ask for? [Re: ] #327715 Nov 16, 11:35am Nov 16, 11:35am

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i want to get the most money possible for this car..what do you guys think?

Re: how much should i ask for? [Re: ] #327716 Nov 16, 11:44am Nov 16, 11:44am
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if the car is still running "GOOD" meaning: no break down, no problem so whatever with the engine...than yes, $5,000 is a fair price and could be more. But if there's some minor problem with the engine than it's too high because 150,000 miles is a bit high. Remember with $5,000 I could buy a 99-00 honda civic ex with less than 90,000 miles and run perfectly. I know because my g/f bought one smile


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Re: how much should i ask for? [Re: kevin2] #327717 Nov 16, 11:49am Nov 16, 11:49am

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yeah, the engine is average. no problems, but has had in the passed. but its all ben fixed up. before i sell, im going to try to restore the engine asmuch as i can..make it reliable. still a lot of miles..but with a few new pparts and replacements..should be totally fine for another 50k.

Re: how much should i ask for? [Re: ] #327718 Nov 16, 12:03pm Nov 16, 12:03pm

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any help??nobody?..i really dont know the value of this.

Re: how much should i ask for? [Re: ] #327719 Nov 16, 12:16pm Nov 16, 12:16pm
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i would try 7

Re: how much should i ask for? [Re: Clos] #327720 Nov 16, 12:45pm Nov 16, 12:45pm

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really? i figured that would be alot.

Re: how much should i ask for? [Re: ] #327721 Nov 16, 12:49pm Nov 16, 12:49pm
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wont hurt to try thumbsup

Re: how much should i ask for? [Re: ghostingcelica] #327722 Nov 16, 12:58pm Nov 16, 12:58pm

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true, im jsut trying to see how much i want to invest into it b4 reselling.

comparing the income. you know what i mean?

Re: how much should i ask for? [Re: ] #327723 Nov 16, 1:26pm Nov 16, 1:26pm
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Depends on who you're trying to sell it too. If there are a lot of young people who are just now starting to get into the import/sport compact street racing scene and have the money to throw on any kind of "race" car in your area then you can probably get more, but if there are only regular people who don't give a sh*t about all the hard work and money you put into the car then $5k isn't that bad of a price they may even want a lower price.

Re: how much should i ask for? [Re: shonen] #327724 Nov 16, 1:29pm Nov 16, 1:29pm

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honestly. 4 is what im looking for. so .. so far i like what i hear.

Re: how much should i ask for? [Re: ] #327725 Nov 16, 5:57pm Nov 16, 5:57pm

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price it high then bargain to a fair price...you'll get more that way thumbsup

Re: how much should i ask for? #327726 Nov 16, 9:22pm Nov 16, 9:22pm
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Did'nt you just sold your celica to those canadian's!...How many car's do you have dude! spineyes


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Re: how much should i ask for? [Re: cegonaxman] #327727 Nov 17, 1:38pm Nov 17, 1:38pm
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i would try for like 5500-6000. mods do not count.


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