I like KBB.com as a measuring stick. Seemed to be pretty accurate when I was researching for my Cummins truck and searching for a weekend car, also right inline with everyone else’s opinion.
I sold my fox on BaT last fallI've often wondered about BaT if the cars had really completed a sale or not - meaning buyer takes ownership, not just an "online" visible sale. Seems like cars do sell on there, but does BaT not allow a realist if a car sold and say the buyer backed out or didn't come through with payment? That I don't know...
Basically, $61k(current price+sales tax) for a car with 26k more miles and 4 previous owners… which one would I chooseI wa in NJ last week and saw this one. https://www.liccardifordnj.com/all-inventory/index.htm?search=Gt350
No idea if it helps you or not. I am not a 350 guy so no real input other than he had it listed at 60k on the sticker Saturday.
Understand; was just doing some of the mental gymnastics if I had to consider between the two..Hey I didnt say it a was a better deal. Op is in NJ. Its just a car he could use for pricing comparison in his market.
I’d agree that plain ole, run of the mill, boring, 350’s are not enjoying as much a bump (explosion in certain cases) in value as the R‘s but they are up several $k over this time last year.I was out at a Cars and Coffee for Mustangs (on National Mustang Day no less) and some of the GT 350 dudes were saying the prices are not going way up but even down a little in some spots. Possible due to ppl rather order a new Mach 1 or just the economy sucking now too. But if $60k is putting cash in your pocket maybe okay.
Yea I can kind of believe that - that's why I'm saying, how many BaT sales are truly legit - end of sale, car transferred hands? It's like the eBay example I gave earlier - car value is driven up by bidders, ends - then in another few weeks you see the same car relisted not just a 2nd time, but is now in a loop where it then gets listed over and over and over....My buddy that sells supercars told me BOT is used by car flippers to drive up prices then after the online sale, it falls through or never happens.