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Old 04-02-2012, 02:51 AM   #51
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Wait a year and the prices should come down to 35K-40K.
there is no way the ZL1 will lose that kind of value, unless it's been severely damaged and sold as is. If someone is at a point that they are in a position to sell the vehicle after a year, I'm thinking it will be somewhere in 48k -52 k range depending on condition.
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Old 04-02-2012, 08:16 AM   #52
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Personally if I had the cash I'd get the zl1 as a second car, I would never trade in my ss cus like others this is my first car and I also have a very strong attachment to it. I don't care to change cars every few months or a year cus something "better" came out. I'm happy and thankful that I have my ss. Congrats to the people that are getting there zl1's
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Old 04-02-2012, 10:14 AM   #53
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then why would any one want a Z06 over a base c6 vette? this debate has always been around. the Zl1 is worth the money if you ask me. for what it offers and others cars in its price range.

But i would never buy a 55k-60k mustang or camaro. thats just me, would rather have a corvette or M3.


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Old 04-02-2012, 01:45 PM   #54
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You really can't debate "worth". I am fine going to Outback for a steak,while I have friends that think nothing about dropping $300 at Ruths Chris for a Kobe steak.

Worth is very much dependent on your bank account.
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Old 04-02-2012, 09:15 PM   #55
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there is no way the ZL1 will lose that kind of value, unless it's been severely damaged and sold as is. If someone is at a point that they are in a position to sell the vehicle after a year, I'm thinking it will be somewhere in 48k -52 k range depending on condition.
I paid 38k for my 2SS/RS and I got $32,500 for it as a trade in, granted my dealer just called a guy who buys modded cars and made an offer. My dealer still got it as a trade it\n.

No mods I could still have got 27-28k at least, it lost 10k of it's value over 3 years. So that figure he mentioned does not add up for 1 year, it wont go down to 40k in a year, maybe in about 4-5 years
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Old 04-02-2012, 11:12 PM   #56
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I paid 38k for my 2SS/RS and I got $32,500 for it as a trade it, granted my dealer just called a guy who buys modded cars and made an offer. My dealer still got it as a trade it.

No mods I could still have got 27-28k at least, it lost 10k of it's value over 3 years. So that figure he mentioned does not add up for 1 year, it wont go down to 40k in a year, maybe in about 4-5 years
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Yep, I don't think he has a proper conception of depreciation and fair market value for these types of vehicles. Maybe he was thinking of a Mustank Boss....or , I see he has some chrysler product, that would explain it.
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