Sounds high. I bought my Rio Red 97 last year for 15K Cana-jun dollars,
which is about 11.5-12k Greenbacks. Mine had 100K-ish kilometers on the
clock, which is about 60k-ish miles.
Car overall is a B+. Interior + drivetrain are A to A+. Exterior grades
low as it has alot of paint chips on hood, so paint is C+ to a B-.
Bought it from original owner (older professional guy), full
documentation, maintenance, etc.
So really I would say that 13.5 for a pristine, documented Cobra at the
mileage you are talking about would be fair. If its multiple owners,
been repainted, no service history, etc, deduct from there.
I dont mean to be authoritative, just how I would price a car I was
buying. For my car, I felt that the 15K CDN dollars was fair.
However, I didnt have much choice in the matter. :) When I went to look
at the car, I was hooked as soon as the guys garage door opened and I
saw the cobra back bumper. My wife knew too, 'cause I got all quiet and
Backyard Mechanic wrote:
> "Cobra Boy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
>> Is 81K to many miles on a '97 cobra. Car still looks great,in the
>> pix, but
>>have not seen it in person yet. It's triple black and they are asking
>>$13.5 for it. What do you think?
>> excobraboy for not too much longer :-)
> Car is at least 7 physical years old.
> That's 11,500 miles a year at the most, right?
> If it was an Escort, I'd stay away from it... because that would mean it
> was prolly used to drive to the store and back. But in a Cobra, that's
> Means it was driven maybe once, twice a week.. I would think. Like to the
> strip and back?
> Just kidding.