just intersted in how much id get for my white ef futura v8. good condition 180,000kms. pacemaker extractors 3in mandrel bent exaust, cold air intake, kingdragon filter, underdrive pulleys,
17 in wheels new rubber, super low kingsprings, pedders shocks, nolathane bushes, new auto 150,ooo, 3.9to1 diff gears wit very tight lsd,
ratchet type castor camber kits, kenwood mp3 player, xr8 steering wheel,
i payed 14 a year and a half ago wit no mods at all exept the wheels.
If its an EFII i would think very seriously about giving you flat $10,000 for it. And Im saying that seriously because i want a new car. The only thing about it is the kms but i guess most E series will be pushing 200 by now.
If i were you, the absolute least i would take would be $8500 and id have to be getting something pretty special out of the deal to take that price.
ef falcon in import yards down the road from my house (non ex taxi of course) with around 200,000 on clock are 3,500 so they are pretty cheap..
honestly though stick to nothing under 10k and always add money to price so you can make em work down and still get a decent sale..
cars are a lethal weapon,your not invinsible when you get into one,and no matter how much skill you think you have,you are never in control you are always on the edge of death it may not happen today but if you keep driving like you do,you too will end up dead!
Depends on where you are. Right now there are 3 EF's in town here, all for sale. 1st one is a Futura, lowered and 17's, 205,000kms and he wants $9k. Its been for sale for 6 months so theres an indication.
Next one is a bog stock GLi, lowered and 18" Boyd Coddigntons, unsure of kms but he wants $12,000 for it. For that price it would wanna have under 100,000 on the clock for anyone to even consider it.
And the third one is mine . 196,000kms, needs a paint cleanup but its not too bad, and it hasnt had a hard life while ive had it. Id be aiming for arounf $6-7 for it, but id have to consider pretty much anything.
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