: Debating selling my V. what do you think its worth?



Noriega7
07-01-12, 03:45 PM
Entertaining the idea of selling my 04 V with 68000 miles. Ls6, 6 speed, spec stage 3+ clutch, katech short throw, BMR anti hop kit, k&n intake, patriot stage II heads, titanium valves, dual valve springs, comp cam (unknown specs, proprietary through RMCR) lingenfelter 160* stat, custom built plug wires, pacesetter headers, full 3" custom true duals, electric cutouts, flowmaster super 40 delta flows, new motor mounts, new brake pedal sensor, new yaw sensor, new alternator and belt. Extreme composites hood, Jl audio sub and amp.2 fullsize spare wheels. Do not need to sale but if the price is right I will make a deal. Call/text stephen 719-588-5773

410whp on RMCR's dyno. All work was also done by RMCR which I have paperwork for. Car is set up for boost so there is plenty of horsepower to unlock still.

Not interested in trading, I do not hold the title its tied in a loan. Looking for reasonable offers but will not take a loss with what I owe. Phone will not let me upload pics

rand49er
07-01-12, 04:24 PM
ibtl

Noriega7
07-01-12, 04:25 PM
Huh?

2007ThunderV
07-01-12, 05:12 PM
mods generally dont add value, so price depends on you finding the right buyer that will appreciate the car and whats been done to it.

2007ThunderV
07-01-12, 05:15 PM
here is a good comparable, owner is a member from ls1 tech, 04 maggied, upgraded axles 12k in mods, on flebay for 17k no reserve, buy it now price is 21k
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2004-CTS-V-Supercharged-upgraded-Axles-Exhaust-and-Brakes-/150847010650?pt=US_Cars_Trucks&hash=item231f2eb75a#ht_1287wt_1167

thebigjimsho
07-01-12, 09:58 PM
If the body is perfect and it doesn't need anything, I'd try for $16-18G...

Tackelbarry
07-02-12, 08:46 AM
Personally, I only buy unmodified vehicles. That way I have a better idea of what I am actually getting. Mods are a personal chioce and in my experience, narrow the field of potential buyers. Especially, when the internals have been worked on and the specs are "proprietary" and unknown. I would take a look at the KBB and NADA and set a price based on those. Good luck.

thebigjimsho
07-02-12, 04:38 PM
Personally, I only buy unmodified vehicles. That way I have a better idea of what I am actually getting. Mods are a personal chioce and in my experience, narrow the field of potential buyers. Especially, when the internals have been worked on and the specs are "proprietary" and unknown. I would take a look at the KBB and NADA and set a price based on those. Good luck.

If it was a member here who I saw document their mods and experiences, I would make an exception. Otherwise, yeah, mods can be a deterrent...

50 4Ever
07-02-12, 04:58 PM
Huh?

ibtl = in before the lock

Noriega7
07-02-12, 05:09 PM
Im sorry could you explain to me what that means?

JimmyH
07-02-12, 06:51 PM
It means you are not allowed to sell in the forums.