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Old 04-14-2005, 02:20 AM   #1
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This was just a MAYBE. What do you guys think i can get for my 97 Bonnie with 2 sunvisor 7'' tvs, custom fitted dvd player,20'' rims tires and spinners with $1300 dollars in sound systems with the exceptions of minor scratches with an ok interior?
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pushing 6?
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how many miles?
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what trim level due you have?
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Rims don't do much unless they're VERY expensive, and what the buyer is looking for. Can probably get more overall if you sell both seperate.

If the stereo was high quality setup i'd say 6-7k depending on mileage, and reliability.
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You very rarely get your money back out of mods. The only way to recover that money is to remove it from the car and sell it seperately. Then, sell the car for book value.

It'* a buyers market right now. It'* tough to even get book value out of a car without "upgrades."
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Yep, unless you find the right buyer, aftermarket upgrades do not increase the value of the vehicle. Not to say you won't find someone willing to pay for the extras, but don't count on the extra stuff actually getting you more money for the car.
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Bonneville Se with 98,XXX miles. I could probably find the right buyer if i listed it on ebay uh!
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yah the thing with mods most people won't wanna pay for them, and if they do, they will act like they don't want them even if they do. so basically they will not pay much over the price of the car. i agree with the selling everything separate idea because you can be sure to find buyers for the separate things but not always find a person who would pay for it all (or atleast admit it).
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