76 triple black Talisman......
You better be careful. You're going to end up needing to find a parking spot for another one.
Only '74s for me. I don't need the extra seat and love the rear consoles!
1991 Brougham, $700. Was listed for $1900 at some point. Looks like it would be worth the price.
1982 Coupe DeVille Wildcat Special. Never heard of one before.
Its got a rolls royce grille and white piping on the seats....looks like a dealer installed package...nothing special (although the white piping on blue seats looks nice)Originally Posted by mjs182004
I was hoping to see a 70s buick motor under the hood with the name "wildcat" attached to it
Black on black 93, 88k miles, $2500!
Thanks Jay! I have had a serious offer of $2500. Someone said they would pick up this weekend if I would take $2500. I really hated to let it go that cheap, but no one else has really panned out. I put it on the Atlanta Craigslist and had tons of inquiries, but only a couple seemed serious about it. One guy said he was trying to figure out how to get it to Atlanta, but I never heard back from him and he will not answer my email now. Oh well. I may let it go for $2500 and be done with it. I am not sure how well you can go by it, but Kelly Blue Book private party value on this car in good condition is $3565 and $3015 in fair condition. The "quiz" I took rates the car as good condition. Even if only fair, if I let it go for $2500, that is $500 below fair condition value. Someone would be getting a bargain. lol. Trade in value is $2500. I guess I have some thinking to do.
If you can get $2500.00 for your 93 FWB with the shopping list of issues it has, make the deal & take the money and run!
Maybe you're not asking enough for it and people are afraid of it. List it for $6500 if you have the time and see what happens. Where I live people are afraid of things that are priced at what theyre worth or less. For example; put a refrigerator outside with a sign that says free and no one will touch it, but if the sign says $250 you'll be lucky if no one steals it. Items must either be too good to be true or expensive enough to make people believe they're worth something before they sell where I live.
I know it sounds ridiculous, but its absolutely true.
We used to do the same thing at the dealership years ago! If a car sat for more than a couple months we raised the price, usually did the trick.
Well let me mark it up to $4500 and see what happens.
I don't know about a "shopping list long" of repairs needed... rumble at highway speeds, HVAC blower out and valve rattle (all of which could all be very minor) is not too bad for a 20 year old car.
I think someone is getting a steal for $2500 for a Fleetwood with a like new interior, no dash cracks (rarity on these) no rust, super nice vinyl top and 122K miles. A lot of people will say that it is cheaper to fix a car mechanically than to do a lot of interior and rust repairs.