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Old Yesterday, 06:26 AM   #1
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Thinking of Selling #27 Black

I fell in love with this car before I bought it.

Now I realize, a little too late that I have too many cars, and a daily BMW that the lease isn't up for another year.

It's a a/c and radio car like most all Z/28's. Bought in May by me at Autonation Pembroke Pines.

Car is perfect shape.

981 miles.

Anyone guess it's real value before I sell it back to the dealer or carmax ?

Thinking of asking $67,500

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PS....I know I should put it in cars for sale section, but wanted some feedback on what it would reasonably sell for.
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Old Yesterday, 06:30 AM   #2
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good price, btw did you read the C7 Z06 specs, 650hp/650lb torque starting @ $80k?
Can you say Z-twenty what?!?
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Didn't know the Z06 was priced about 80K, thats good for me. I was thinking about getting a Hellcat. Now I'm not so sure.......
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Old Yesterday, 06:52 AM   #4
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But I feel for you selling your Z28, its got to be a great car and a special car at that.
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Old Yesterday, 08:12 AM   #5
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BTW your price is good on it, you should have no trouble unloading it at that price
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Personally, I'd try at MSRP first for a week or two.
Low number, most common build, very low miles, and only about 300 cars in the wild across the US.

You'd want to do it quickly, as GM might figure out how to ship the other 400 cars sitting in the storage lot any day now.
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I fell in love with this car before I bought it.

Now I realize, a little too late that I have too many cars, and a daily BMW that the lease isn't up for another year.

It's a a/c and radio car like most all Z/28's. Bought in May by me at Autonation Pembroke Pines.

Car is perfect shape.

981 miles.

Anyone guess it's real value before I sell it back to the dealer or carmax ?

Thinking of asking $67,500

Thanks,
Lehman

PS....I know I should put it in cars for sale section, but wanted some feedback on what it would reasonably sell for.
Sounds like that would be a good deal. If you need to sell it quick then that's probably a good price. I wouldn't be surprised if the dealership or carmax offers you less though.
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Old Yesterday, 10:34 AM   #8
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Now I realize, a little too late that I have too many cars, and a daily BMW that the lease isn't up for another year.
Hey Lehman, just a thought but why not get rid of one of your other cars? Secondly, I think you'll get killed selling it back to the dealer! They are going to pull the "well ...... As you know a car isn't a investment and they Lose 20% or more as soon as they pull out of the dealer" line. It just the way it works with dealers. They aren't going to be able to sell it at MSRP plus they need to make a profit. All of which will reduce any offer they make you. Your best bet is selling privately. Perhaps list it in the DuPont Registry. Anyways good luck whichever way you go.
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Old Yesterday, 07:16 PM   #9
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I'm not sure why you would opt to buy a 5th Gen Camaro Z/28 along with all it's magnitude and then decide to get rid of it ...... Interesting .....
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Is the Z06 really priced at 80k
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Is the Z06 really priced at 80k
No announced MSRP yet. Early "prediction" was "close to C6 Z06 in pricing", Base. But, then again, there'll be at least 3 packages. The top performance version, with C-C brakes, sticky tires and full aero, will be 6-figure$...
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I fell in love with this car before I bought it.

Now I realize, a little too late that I have too many cars, and a daily BMW that the lease isn't up for another year.

It's a a/c and radio car like most all Z/28's. Bought in May by me at Autonation Pembroke Pines.

Car is perfect shape.

981 miles.

Anyone guess it's real value before I sell it back to the dealer or carmax ?

Thinking of asking $67,500

Thanks,
Lehman

PS....I know I should put it in cars for sale section, but wanted some feedback on what it would reasonably sell for.
Are you "keen" to move it quickly (no pun)? I can think of a few private folks who might be interested...
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Old Yesterday, 10:03 PM   #13
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Going to take it probably to carmax and the dealer that I got it from.

It's a great car but not a daily for me.

I did want it bad. But now I think I want to sell it. I've had like 30 cars in the last 25 years.
Still it's less expensive than 30 wives.
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Old Yesterday, 10:29 PM   #14
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...I did want it bad. But now I think I want to sell it. I've had like 30 cars in the last 25 years.

Still it's less expensive than 30 wives.
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Old Yesterday, 10:38 PM   #15
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Going to take it probably to carmax and the dealer that I got it from.

It's a great car but not a daily for me.

I did want it bad. But now I think I want to sell it. I've had like 30 cars in the last 25 years.
Still it's less expensive than 30 wives.
So, it's not a daily....Beemers will probably be around forever, but not the Z/28....(At least give it some more time, you may regret doing this)...

I hope your story is for real....I'm sure this isn't your first rodeo....Should be interesting to see what one re-sells for....You might be the first!....Good luck...
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If not for you I wouldn't have my Z I hate to hear that but I've been there.
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Old Today, 02:05 AM   #17
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Is the Z06 really priced at 80k
A well placed source I spoke with in Tortilla Flats Arizona out for a drive with four of his friends in Z06 test cars told me just south of $100k was the price target.
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Old Today, 04:40 AM   #18
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Its financially irresponsible to buy a new car and put 1,000 miles on it only to end up regretting the purchase because you "have too many cars."
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Old Today, 05:55 AM   #19
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Its financially irresponsible to buy a new car and put 1,000 miles on it only to end up regretting the purchase because you "have too many cars."
Does anyone buy a camaro with the intent of being financially responsible? You can argue that those of us who don't daily drive our camaros and mood the crap out of them are just tossing money away.

His financial situation may be different to yours and losing 10k may not impact him as it does you. OP, I'm sure you'll have no problem moving your z!

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Is the Z06 really priced at 80k
latest Autoweek edition/prediction. Unless GM doesn't build a C7 ZR1, then it'll most likely take its place, performance/pricing, which would run 6 figures(as viper, others).
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Old Today, 08:10 AM   #21
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Its financially irresponsible to buy a new car and put 1,000 miles on it only to end up regretting the purchase because you "have too many cars."
Yes it was financially irresponsible.
Luckily I am not broke.
I got carried away.

My loss may be your gain.

Just like when a guy has a wonderful wife and goes out and gets a newer model, but the one he had was paid for, good on gas, with comfortable seats. The new wife is fast, but not as comfortable or practical.

I made the mistake with the car, luckily not with the wife.
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Old Today, 08:19 AM   #22
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A well placed source I spoke with in Tortilla Flats Arizona out for a drive with four of his friends in Z06 test cars told me just south of $100k was the price target.
That will be fully loaded Z07 package the base will start at $79,995
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Old Today, 08:53 AM   #23
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I have a good friend that seems to show up in a new car every time I see him. BMW's, Range Rovers, Porsches, etc. He's getting the first BMWi8 (?) coming to Houston. He knows he loses some money on every deal, but he enjoys driving different vehicles, at least for a little while. Then its off to the next big thing.
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That will be fully loaded Z07 package the base will start at $79,995
Then you forget the dealer mark up of 5-10 grand on the Z06..so actually well over 100 grand..hell a Z51 packaged vert is going for 90 grand here in NC...
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Its financially irresponsible to buy a new car and put 1,000 miles on it only to end up regretting the purchase because you "have too many cars."

We are on a car forum - financial responsibility is to be checked at the door
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