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Appropriate Scuderia asking price?

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  1. emissary

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    I have an '08 Scuderia (Rosso Scuderia with Black/Red interior), <11k miles, with stripe, US carbon package, and all service history. No carbon yellowing, a bit of hazing on the headlights, no accident or paint history. I will likely take the car up to Ron Tonkin in Portland for service and a PPI prior to sale.

    I've had the car for seven years, and it feels like it might be time to move on. I've reviewed the various existing pricing threads, but I remain unsure what a fair asking price is for the car for a private sale. Any input would be most appreciated; thanks in advance.
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  2. flash32

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    195k

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  3. CarAholic

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    Gorgeous car I would say high 190 low 200


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  4. cole328

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    I would agree based on what I have been seeing as well. 190-200 ish. Great car. What’s next on the hit list?


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  5. emissary

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    Thanks all for the feedback!
     
  6. ShineKen

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    Great specs. I hope you get $200K+.
     
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    state of mind
  8. ShineKen

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    Lots of cars asking $190k not as good as this. Not resale red, higher mileage. Some, no carbon package.
     
  9. LightGuy

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    Yes but asking and selling are two different things.
    Cargurus gives a stat for days on the market.
    This somewhat similar 190K car has been on the market for almost 1000 days;
    https://www.cargurus.com/Cars/inventorylisting/viewDetailsFilterViewInventoryListing.action?entitySelectingHelper.selectedEntity=d1134&distance=50000&zip=76094&utm_term=2019-05-29&utm_campaign=1-1&utm_medium=email&utm_source=dealfinderSubscription&utm_content=listingSampleListingsViewDetailsCTA#listing=153644186

    I've been watching the market actively.

    190K IMO.
     
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  10. ICULUKN

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    185k on a firesale... 195k for a good deal...
     
  11. ttforcefed

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    ehh these things seem to be soft - might sit for a quite a bit at 195k
     
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  12. ShineKen

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    Doesn't mention carbon package, which is a $15k option.

    And the title thread is, what is an appropriate "asking" price for the car? Not what should I be selling for. The asking price should be reflective of what comparables are asking on the market.
     
  13. ShineKen

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    Seems everyone is waiting around for a deal. There really has only been 1 good deal in the past 6 months and that car sold withing 9 days of listing. Been helping my friend look for one for quite some time.
     
  14. Shark01

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    I am also in the market to buy....a declining market for sellers these days. I think the 1-2 month sell price from a private seller is around $175k. Hope you can get a price you can live with.
     
  15. ShineKen

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    The car I was referring to was pretty much the same spec as this car (08 Rosso Corsa w/ carbon package), but with 15k mi (this one has 11k mi) sold for 170k 9 days from listing. How do I know? Because my friend tried to buy it an couldn't get his finances sorted in time. He had to sell his GTR to a friend and the person couldn't come up with the funds fast enough. He's ready to snipe the market now, just looking for a target.

    If this car asked $175k, it would be gone in 2 weeks... MAX.
     
  16. APA#1

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    You can ask what you want, but if you want to SELL....price it right. The Barn in Miami is asking 205K for an 09 Grigio Silverstone. Been a year or two on the market however. 170-175K would get it actually sold.
     
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  17. Shark01

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    I was referring to a sell price not an ask price.....
     
  18. Shark01

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    I offered $170k to them 2 weeks ago for that car.....it didn't even generate a response from them. And that is a spec that most would not even consider. Shows how dealers bought high and are wishing someone without market knowledge would walk through the door like some scene from Aladdin.....LOL

    Another delusional dealer is the one in Austin that has the Abu Dhabi blue car (ask $209) with the roll bar (obviously NO track time on that one...snicker). Offered $175k on that one, crickets also.....and that car has been for sale for 3 years according to car gurus.
     
  19. raider1968

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  21. LightGuy

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    I stand corrected.



    As usual.
     
  22. raider1968

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    11,400 miles in 11 years
     
  23. adc

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    Arun will take good care of you. Talk about Ducati, MotoGP and some good wine!
     
  24. Skidkid

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    This thread appears to have settled out on the market's asking and probable selling price ranges. The question was 'what should I ask' and the answer depends on if you want to sell or not. I would tend to say price it to sell and hold on the price. If you price it at the market ask you are one of N cars on the market and they will consider them all. If you price to sell you will get a lot of action and can move the car out. If you think you need every last $ out of the car you are likely to have it for a long time and with a declining market, you could actually sell for less than if you priced to sell today. Plus, having a car on the market takes time and energy so what is that worth? Pick the desired outcome, timeline, and energy level; then pick a pricing strategy that meets your goals. Personally, when it is time to sell I want to move it out and get on with my life.
     
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  25. APA#1

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    Most sellers of depreciating assets are always chasing the downward curve, some get in front of it or even with it and win with a sale, the others always play catch up and lose. If they financed it, they always hate coming out of pocket.
     
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