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Asked by Jul 14, 2008 at 06:58 AM about the 1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

A young girl came in with her mother the other day with her 95 3000gt (wasnt even a vr4) at the dealer i work for. It had a horrible fiberglass body kit that was cracked and the headlights were painted horribly with 95000. Anyway she was really loving the four door wrangler as all girls do. They were throwing around #s of trade and retail of the jeep and she was shocked. She wanted 15000 for her car cause thats what she was selling it for!!! not to be a ass but some woman are really oblivious to cars.

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Aren't all 1995 3000GTs worth $15,000?

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lol not if they would make a better bowl of rice than a car

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Depends on condition. For that year $10k would be pretty good

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