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c4justin
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c4justin Apr 2, 12:56am - #431971 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Texas
FS: 2000 GTS

Im thinking of selling my 2000 gts Help me decide what its worth. No dents and runs great. I was thinking somewhere between 13-14k?? is that resonable? Just looking for a little help ecelica members!!!.

75K miles
18" motegi FF7 wheels in black
VS1 Rep kit
TRD suspension
Greddy Evo2 exhaust with cutout resinator for better tone
ACT 4 puck clutch stage 2
fidanza flywheel
B&M SS
Veilside Carbon Fiber wing
Black Tails
Raised Hood scoop
JL door speakers
Clarion Headunit
K&N CAI
Texas "legal" Tint (limo back and 25% front"
Green Streetglow kit
I have everything that came off the car but the stock wheels and cd player.
I also have KYB AGX shocks and hotckis springs that fit the car. Springs need bump stops.

my car can be seen in my profile.



This seller is located near: BARRY, TX
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Virgilson
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Virgilson Apr 2, 7:44am - #431972 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Pomona, CA
damn thats a sweet celica...

however you can make more money if you part out your car and sell the mods separate.
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c4justin
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c4justin Apr 2, 8:20pm - #431973 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Texas
But do you think that as it sits now would 13500 be an ok asking price? Cause I just want to sell it and get a truck so i can actually drive the speedlimit in town without the fear of bottaming out!!! LOL
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danieldelgado05
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danieldelgado05 Apr 6, 3:32pm - #431974 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Lincoln, NE
I used to sell cars for a while. Although the price you want may sound reasonable to you, it may not for other people. I know that aftermarket parts like that can actually lower the value of a car sometimes. Also, some people might think that you abused your car a lot by adding all that stuff on and won't pay you as much as you want. I would also suggest you sell that extra stuff seperately. If you can't, you need to find a big Celica enthusiast who would be willing to pay $13,500 for it. Honestly, I think it would be worth more in the 10k-11k price range with those many miles. If you are set on that 13.5 I would say I want 14k or 15k. That way, you give yourself more room to negotiate. You can still drop your price, make the other person feel like they got a good deal, and make all the money(or close) you originally intended on making. PM me if you have any questions. I've helped a few friends sell cars private party and make good money.
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c4justin
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c4justin Apr 11, 8:10pm - #431975 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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thanks
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drjongski
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drjongski Apr 12, 1:01am - #431976 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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los angeles
i still have the stock cd player and rims from my 00 gts. if ever you need them to sell your celi looking stock, let me know. thanks
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Larry_GTS
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Larry_GTS Apr 12, 4:20am - #431977 
2003 Yellow/Red Toyota Celica
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2003 Toyota Celica

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it looks good , why are you selling ? toyo are good for a few hudred thousand miles.
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RavynX
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RavynX Apr 13, 10:41pm - #431978 

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Originally Posted by Larry_GTS
it looks good , why are you selling ? toyo are good for a few hudred thousand miles.


You mean a few ten thousand miles.

-Chris-
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