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    Thinking of selling - not sure on pricing

    Hi Guys and gals

    I wondered if anyone better informed than I would be kind enough to PM me about pricing my car for sale. I have an idea but just want to make sure I not way off and the price is fair

    Happy to post details but don't want to turn this into a sales thread, just a gentle steer needed!

    Its a 1965 Black fastback full restoration with a 408 stroker 3 speed auto and virtually no miles since being restored, not the original engine, and now has new interior and disc brakes etc

    Cheers

    Simon

    #2
    If you have an idea of a price, I suspect you’d be happy to sell at that price. You should list it at the price you have in mind in my opinion.
    2013-2016 2005 S197 V6 Coupe Black
    2017-2018 2007 S197 GT Coupe Tungsten
    2019-Current 2005 S197 GT Convertible Black

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      #3
      Originally posted by Musti View Post
      If you have an idea of a price, I suspect you’d be happy to sell at that price. You should list it at the price you have in mind in my opinion.
      Touché

      some pics would be really helpful 65’s can be anything from concours to colander( ask me how I know lol)

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        #4
        I get it, as in its worth what it sells for and what I‘m happy with

        But equally I don't want to waste my or anyone else’s time, and price realistically , will get some pics up

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          #5
          I just think as long as you get what you want for it that’s great, if you want 10k and it sells for 10k great, same as of you want 100k and you get that for it great. If your not getting any interest at your price don’t sell. Anyone can value it here but if you have your price try it.
          2013-2016 2005 S197 V6 Coupe Black
          2017-2018 2007 S197 GT Coupe Tungsten
          2019-Current 2005 S197 GT Convertible Black

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            #6
            The 65 Fastback prices seem to start at £30k now and go up to £45k for the normal 289/302. But as everyone says, it all comes down to condition and if there is a buyer willing to pay what you are happy to receive. I personally cannot believe the prices have risen so far but they seem to be selling so I just keep on bumping how much I pay to the insurer for that to be translated into an agreed value.

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              #7
              £15, I'll have it !

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                #8
                Originally posted by Anaconda View Post
                £15, I'll have it !
                Somedays for a few seconds I’d take that for mine, Lol

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                  #9
                  Update with some pics

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                    #10
                    That’s one Bonny car my friend!

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                      #11
                      Yep, looks really nice!
                      '65 289 "A" Code GT Optioned Coupe, with 4spd Toploader and Arvinode exhaust - sounds great! :D :gears

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