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Old 07-10-2007, 09:45 PM
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a co-worker has got a 94 or 95supercharged bonneville he'* thinking of selling. if i remember correctly its got 30k on it , black/ gray int . if he does try to sell it , whats a rough price to be asking ?
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30K?

Wow, 30K in 12 years, I'd be questions its lack of use.

$5500, $6000 tops
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I would say 4.5-5k general. Really sounds like a low price for a car with those miles. MAYBE 6...only if its in TIP TOP shape tho.
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it is in excellent shape i guess the previous owner took great care of it , i dont think it was even driven in the winter months (upstate new york)
he '* looking to sell it or trade it for a jeep wrangler
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I suggest you book it out on Kelly and Edmunds to get the right idea.

Opinions here are just like opinions anywhere. Some are closer to right than others. But all are biased by what THEY would pay. Go with market value, and research Autotrader and similar publications to see what they sell for in your area.
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yeah i forgot about kbb
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Just to clarify, is this a supercharged SE, SLE or the fully optioned SSEi model?

Only reason I ask is because it could be an option in the other models besides the SSEi and you only said "supercharged."

Personally I'd be a little weary of that FEW miles for its age, but then again I haven't see the car or know the owner.
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Where in Upstate NY is it? If you pass on it, I would be interested in checking it out if it isn't far.

I would say $4000-5000 is a decent range for a 30k car, depending on the other factors of condition and such.
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Book value (and fair market value) differs very little even for such low miles. Many people are falsely inclined to believe that low miles inflate the price significantly. I had VERY low miles on my 93 when I bought it. It had been stored for 5 years of it'* life. It made very little difference in the book value when compared to average miles, and it came with many problems from lack of use.
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, and it came with many problems from lack of use.
Glad to see someone mention it. I typically shy away from a "stored" or "granny kept" car because there are issues that come up from seals drying out, bearings and tires flat spotting.

Think of the story you hear from a teenager. Got the car from a Granny that never drove it..and once they started putting on the miles..things felt apart.
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