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View Poll Results: Is $6500 too much to ask for a 2000 in Good condition, 65k Miles? (Black Convertible)
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In 2012 I got my 2001 GT Vert for $6999 with 137k miles, bones stock. I overpaid but whatever.
Think of it this way; you don't have to deal with depreciation as much as guys like me that paid $14K do.

You wanna talk about feeling gutted, this thread prompted me to look my car up on KBB. Private party value: $4700. Trade in : $3800. And that's in "excellent" condition

Been a couple years but the last time I looked it up it was saying about $9K. I blame it on the new S550's driving down demand for the older cars



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I think the market is just really up in the air because there isn't really a market yet. There are a lot of guys in their early to mid 30's that really liked these cars and are currently in the process of raising families and toy is not practical yet. In another decade that may change a little.

You bring up a good point. My '01 appeals to me because it was the car that was brand new when I was in college. So there's that sentimental factor there. These are the cars that were the hot new thing on the road in my "golden days". Secondly, I have a wife and three kids right now that keep me from being able to own an expensive car. So having something like this '01 that's paid for with no lien against it is a huge plus. Sure, I'd LOVE to have a new Coyote car. I drool over them at every car show and cruise we go to. But then I hop in my New Edge and I remember that I don't have a car payment on it.

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You bring up a good point. My '01 appeals to me because it was the car that was brand new when I was in college. So there's that sentimental factor there. These are the cars that were the hot new thing on the road in my "golden days". Secondly, I have a wife and three kids right now that keep me from being able to own an expensive car. So having something like this '01 that's paid for with no lien against it is a huge plus. Sure, I'd LOVE to have a new Coyote car. I drool over them at every car show and cruise we go to. But then I hop in my New Edge and I remember that I don't have a car payment on it.
Coyote swap is all you need to know man. And you still don't have a payment!

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