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Old 13th June 2017, 01:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What is this worth realistically

Finding it difficult price this so would like some (sensible) opinions please

Having only covered @200miles since last september i think its probably time to let it go - I do not want any offers on it i will decide on a price then list it for sale

MY09, 43Kmiles, HPI Clear , black edition,Excellent condition for year, good tyres , brakes etc, stage 4 plus HKS intercoolers c/w carbon duct @ £3k new

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NHPC history until 31k then serviced by myself yearly @ 4kmiles a year with receipts
New gearbox fitted sept 2011 by middlehurst

Mapped by myself on a V3 cobb accessport - with logs just to prove its running right - Accessport has full tuning software
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Old 13th June 2017, 02:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Probably around the £35k mark...
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Old 13th June 2017, 03:00 PM   #3 (permalink)
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hmmm now this is a tricky one, and TBh I was reading it and was like, YES, YES, YES, NOOOOOO.

Just being honest from what a potential buyer may think, I think someone off the forum who is tech minded wouldnt care, but most people myself included would like the 'specialist' stamps on the service history, and 'specialist' mapping as well. As you have some comeback to a reputable garage.
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A little off maybe for lack of stamps, but late 30s should be achievable?
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Easy enough to get a 'reputable' tuner to either alter the map or give his seal of approval, I think I would rather see it owner serviced unless it came from AC or JM !!!!!!
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hmmm now this is a tricky one, and TBh I was reading it and was like, YES, YES, YES, NOOOOOO.

Just being honest from what a potential buyer may think, I think someone off the forum who is tech minded wouldnt care, but most people myself included would like the 'specialist' stamps on the service history, and 'specialist' mapping as well. As you have some comeback to a reputable garage.
Thanks for the reply - i am expecting to take a hit on it due to servicing stamps and mapping ( although its only done around 50miles on my map. I have logs for the next buyer to show a tuner for their opinion ) it has all the hardware plus a intercooler so a good base for a pro tune if desired

I think its worth more than a cat d car and less than a full history car but not sure where it stands
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What is this worth realistically

£33-35k imo

Have a friend looking for one.
Ok details and I will forward them on.
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Old 13th June 2017, 05:18 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Hmmn that's Cat D money, it's worth more than that.
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hmmm now this is a tricky one, and TBh I was reading it and was like, YES, YES, YES, NOOOOOO.

Just being honest from what a potential buyer may think, I think someone off the forum who is tech minded wouldnt care, but most people myself included would like the 'specialist' stamps on the service history, and 'specialist' mapping as well. As you have some comeback to a reputable garage.
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Fair enough

Just to add it has a few extras like nismo dash / engine cover / ally header tank ss exhaust / miltek 90mm y pipe and all the oem parts/and a cool GTR private plate
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What is this worth realistically

Terry, what are you wanting back on it, surely you have a price in mind?
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I think you may struggle a bit on selling as these cars aren't old enough/cheap enough for most people to accept self servicing like they would on cars like the Skylines

Someone will buy but it but will most likely be a fair bit cheaper than an equivalent car that's got a dealer/specialist history

Tough one on where to price it because I bet you've taken the utmost of care and attention to detail has probably been very high when servicing as its your own car
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I was thinking £37k if im honest - it is not for sale yet . just wanted to know if i was in the ballpark on value
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I was thinking £37k if im honest - it is not for sale yet . just wanted to know if i was in the ballpark on value
I would stick it on for 39k, don't expect it to fly out the door ,and get an oil change at least and a pre purchase inspection done, so you have some recent paperwork to show a potential buyer the car is spot on.
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I was thinking £37k if im honest - it is not for sale yet . just wanted to know if i was in the ballpark on value


Best time of year to sell now.
Price it right first time and it will attract interest.
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I would stick it on for 39k, don't expect it to fly out the door ,and get an oil change at least and a pre purchase inspection done, so you have some recent paperwork to show a potential buyer the car is spot on.
Very good advise this would work for me.
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What difference does it make who changes the oil and filter?
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What difference does it make who changes the oil and filter?
It's a record of it that matters, we can all say we did this and that, it means nout.
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Sadly and somewhat annoyingly with a car of this value and with its reputation people expect to see a stamp from a dealer or specialist in the service book, it doesn't matter how compitent we are as an oil change isn't rocket science but even still, people love a stamp and that's what forces us to spend more.

The car is clearly well looked after and loved, go and get a health cert for the car from a specialist to prove that everything is ok on the car and tweek the map of needs must, only £250 if you're not far off the mark with your mapping.

Clean bill of health and map check and you're around your 37-39k mark buddy
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I've been half looking at R35's recently for when I finish my upcoming garage/extension to see where they are moneywise, if it were me I'd be looking to pay closer to 30k than 40. It does look mint though and I would potentially view it in spite of the lack of history but not if we were looking at 37-39k. Not trying to bash you at all, just an honest view from someone who is starting to think about one.

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