What is your carvana sell offer for your Gt?

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They just closed ford plants for a month. Less new cars sold, less used cars traded in.
I agree with some of your points. I just got a deal from Carvana to buy my 2016V6. Deal that I could not let go, so I sold it to them knowing that I will have to wait a year before getting another mustang as the chip shortage is making dealers able to sell their cars at MSRP + and factory production is down. I am sure Carvana will sell it for more as the rep told me they want to increase their inventory so they are paying higher prices for used vehicles.
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Wow, Metro Atlanta, 2015 Mustang GT premium with 32.5 k. Miles. Bought new 6 years, 2 months ago For $36,000 out the door.

Carvana $26,296
KBB.com $28,378
vrooom $32,267

carmax refused online offer due to “too few appraisals” in Their database.
 

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I paid 23k for my ecoboost 2 years ago, brand new.

id never sell it, but funny.
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Wow, Metro Atlanta, 2015 Mustang GT premium with 32.5 k. Miles. Bought new 6 years, 2 months ago For $36,000 out the door.

Carvana $26,296
KBB.com $28,378
vrooom $32,267

carmax refused online offer due to “too few appraisals” in Their database.
Same model and miles here, on a PP car. If they offered me 32 I would have a hard time not taking it.
 

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Not interested in selling but was impressed with the $42.4 offer from Vroom.
 

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31 and change for highly specced 2015 GT premium convertible, 15k miles. 30 for my 2020 EB premium that I paid 25 for
 

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I am going out in the next few days to get local dealer offers now that I have online offers….I think it’s time to move on to a classic Mustang. It will fit my lifestyle better….
maybe buy this blue one and transition it to this sportier look….repaint the top, minor interior and front end changes to get there…..
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I am going out in the next few days to get local dealer offers now that I have online offers….I think it’s time to move on to a classic Mustang. It will fit my lifestyle better….
maybe buy this blue one and transition it to this sportier look….repaint the top, minor interior and front end changes to get there…..
Really thinking about doing the same. Especially since the offers are right at what I paid almost 6 years ago. Though on the flip side, classics and now even 80's models have also gone up a bunch in the last year as folks had more time at home to work on them as well as gov't handouts that they needed to spend on something.

Whether it is cars or houses, seems like they always go up in tandem. You either have to sell and wait for one to come down or not go up as much as the other, or you pretty much get what you already have!
 

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Just tried vroom, they offered me $31k lol

2016 GT Premium with PP and 48k

But I enjoy driving my car way too much.
 

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I am going out in the next few days to get local dealer offers now that I have online offers….I think it’s time to move on to a classic Mustang. It will fit my lifestyle better….
maybe buy this blue one and transition it to this sportier look….repaint the top, minor interior and front end changes to get there…..
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The 71-73 body style has actually started jumping in value recently over the last 5 years, especially the Mach 1 platform. Me personally, I just never liked the 71-78's - but that's just me.

All Mustangs, regardless of their platform have a unique following and Enthusiast base. As one platform becomes harder to get due to ever increasing values, the next becomes desirable for restoration or collectibility. It's happened time and time again over the years.

The 74-78's may someday have their turn, but the Cobra of that era has better overall aesthetics than the "base". I've seen some of the 74-78's that have been modified and they look great - but me personally, I'd never buy one.
 

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Vroom just offered me $37,170 when I tested the waters today. This is about the exact dollar with TTL I paid for the car brand new. I am really considering this now.
 

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I'm close to trying Vroom too...

April 12 offer was $32,875.
May 2 was $36,762.
Today is $37,322.

At $37,322 my payment for the Mach 1 will only be about $70/mo more than I'm paying now.
 

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Update... Vroom seems to be leveling off while Carvana is heading in the opposite direction, at least for my car::

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I'm selling today to vroom for $31,600, FedEx papers are in the mail. I've waited a month and it has gone up $2,000. No sense in penny pinching, if I would have sold my car a year ago I would have only got $22,000.
 

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My wife just sold her 2020 Hyundai Palisade to Carvana, they gave her $40,216, and she only paid $38,991 almost 2 years ago. Buh-Bye. I just checked Carvana's site. It is listed for $44,590, a full $4,700 over list MSRP price when new. Crazy!
 
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