I would like to know the actual price i can get out of my car.
she is a 1987 c4 corvette. with a stock 350 tuneport. many new parts. and has been in
cruise the burg car shows as a daily driver car. i love my car but due to need for a family
vehicle i am selling with regeret. her name is Reba.
will look on kbb or edmunds, but think this one's too old to be graded...what I'd to is look for an exact replacement...say for example, yours was STOLEN and you needed a replacement for insurance purposes....SHOP for this car...then you'll KNOW what they are selling for....personally am not in a position to judge (tho the judge) not smelling the exhaust and noting the scent of the interior to see how far off of "factory scent" that it is....one thing that you might think about is changing the cabin filter to obliterate any alien smells (uncle Jack's cigar...aunt Dorothy's Overbearing Cheap cologne....etc.)~
this is a $16,000 car~
should have "Backed Away" from the park stop...as the underside (if close enough) will GET MUNCHED by the park-stop....you could see it as a place to line up the front bumper with and save your radiator~ me mini got crakled up my the one in front of the post office....don't really want a MINI anymore...reflecting on the '87 VW Quantum I had....power steering...I made it into a 'woody' to hide the horrible bondo work I'd done...had it all~... cannot find ANY anymore~
Hope Reba finds a home that sees after every last detail...as you have~
The only way to know for sure what the actual amount you can get out of a car is to sell it and count the money that the buyer just gave you. That is the actual amount you can get for it.
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