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1978 308 GTS w/108K miles $35K

Discussion in '308/328' started by Ksullender, Mar 10, 2004.

  1. Ksullender

    Ksullender Formula Junior

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  3. Varenne

    Varenne Formula Junior

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  4. Spasso

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    My '78 only has 44,000 miles on it so I guess asking 70k for isn't too far out of line.

    I saw a 77 GTB for sale in Japan (L/H drive) for 71k. That is slightly higher than the usual going price there.

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  5. f355spider

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    Well, I have heard that "crack smoking" is an epidemic in America... :)

    It does say something about a restoration, but with the goofy fog lights and red painted mirrors, I question the quality of said "restoration".
     
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  8. Agent Smith

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    "was appraised at $38.5k by license appraiser"
    LOLOLOL

    at least give him bonus points for not lying about the mileage
     
  9. bernardo66

    bernardo66 The Crazy Cat Man
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    Let's cut this guy some slack, after all he does end the phrase with ...or best offer. But seriously, if his claim that this car's been restored is true, the high mileage doesn't neccessarily mean that it's a bad car but his price is still roughly 10K over the fair market value. A real $35K car must be in concours condition, with the books, service records and tools. And judging by the aftermarket mirrors and fog lamps...it ain't happenin'
     
  10. Glassman

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    Now wait a minute. Here is a perfect example of a car that has been driven like Enzo intended. This is no Garage Queen, and has been very well sorted.
    Why buy a low milage example when you can have a car that has been truly driven by a real enthusiast. Of course you should pay more for that honor!
    Personally, I will keep buying the lowest milage cars I can find.
     

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