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Discussion in 'Camaros for Sale' started by mallard, Mar 10, 2020.
Not looking good for a sale, car is worth probably double that.
Curious to see if it gets to $40K. I would put the sale between $40K-$45K.
The low mileage helps but it also hurts. How many more miles do you want to add?
IMO I would drive it, there’s nothing worse than a car just sitting and drying up. If you want just the investment, then buy a house.
Agree 100%. For someone like me who wants to drive the hell out of the car, I would feel most of my money is going to the low mileage factor. I'd rather get the same car with higher miles for less money and drive it like I stole it.
For others that like the low miles as an investment factor, they may be wondering how much they can drive the car without hurting the value.
I'm thinking in terms of the low miles being a double-edged sword if that makes sense.
A 48,000 mile car to me is low miles.
$26,600.00 is where it stayed.
That leaves a 38000 mile cushion for driving this car.
That sounds like plenty of driving to me. That's about 73 miles every weekend for the next 10 years.
Which would make me 77 so that seems about right.
Seems like a very nice car !, my Original/Survivor 70 Z only had 32,000 miles on it when I bought it 8 years ago. And I do drive it from time to time adding about 2000 miles since then. I feeling keeping the car driven is way more important to its Condition than keeping the mileage down !