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Old 04-02-2010, 03:46 PM   #1
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Question How much should i sell my Bonnie For!?!?!?!

So i was kind of thinking about selling my 1992 Bonneville SE.
134,000miles, very clean on the inside and outside. new battery, brake lines, master cylender, rotors, pads, drums, shoes.
good GT-R tires
Motor and tranny are as close to perfect as possible. power windows and locks.
steering column shifter. all new speakers, new CD/mp3/aux player.
just been cleaned up and touched up.

its the darker grey one in my pics.
What should i ask for it? $2000? less more
i want a 1999 SSEI, stock but with lower miles.
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hmm, your best bet is to check it on kbb or another car pricing website to get a good idea.
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repainted Black steelies with BFGoodrich GT-R performance tires. repainted door pillars amung other fixes.
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Check KBB, add about 500-1000 to the price and list it. Anybody looking will make you an offer lower than your asking. This should get it right in the range of the value of the vehicle. Adding closer to 500 will get you faster bites but possibly less money in the end while adding closer to 1000 may take longer to get replies but could get you more money.
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i had it listed on craigslist for $1700 before i did a bunch of work to it and had like 6 calls a day.
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