why won't my car sell????? - Reality training
mtnbikguy2002 at yahoo.com
Sat Jan 25 19:49:31 EST 2003
I bought a 91 TQ 20V on 10/10/02 with 94K miles
(verified by carfax) and in very good condition. It's
bone stock with new tires, brakes, rad, BOMB, bla bla.
I paid 5K for it I had to put a MFTS and a WGFV to get
full boost. I've got a total of well under 6K
including tax and reg. I wouldn't want to have paid
--- David Head <v8q at bellsouth.net> wrote:
> I'm going to look over a pristine pearl/black 91 V8q
> with 74K next week
> with my son. I've known the car from a distance for
> years. The owner
> just did the timing belt and headliner. An older
> gentleman who has kept
> the car in great condition since he bought it
> locally in '92. He wants
> at least $7K for it - I doubt seriously if I'll
> offer a dime over $6K...
> Why? Several reasons:
> 1 - the car will still need $700-800.00 to bring it
> up to speed. I've
> yet to buy a car that 'needs nothing' - I don't
> believe such a thing
> exists in an Audi over 5 years old...
> 2 - Its still a car that is 11 years old.
> 3 - I already know the dealer only offered him $3K
> for it and he wants
> to buy a new A8.
> 4 - I'm a cheap basterd, I'm not in a hurry and I
> know the market in
> Orlando. I'm the best offer he'll get.
> For my to spring more than $5 or 6K for a 91 200q, I
> would have to know
> the guy personally, it would need RS2 parts and
> little or no track time.
> There are too many 93-94 S4s out there...
> Audi Sport wrote:
> >[ Converted text/html to text/plain ]
> >I've sold enough cars not to need a reality check.
> I never expect to get paid
> >for my modifications, eveyone who's into cars knows
> they won't get their money
> >out of them. I'm just trying to get a fair price
> for my car and I'm sorry but
> >6000 is not cutting it.
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