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Old 02-20-2021, 09:33 AM   #7
howdy
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Originally Posted by Bald Eagle View Post
I'd recommend you look at BAT for pricing research. Most of the cars there seem to be in very good cosmetic condition and seem to be mostly well maintained. When you see the car you're considering, you will have a starting point by comparing that one to the BAT cars and extrapolate your offering price based on that.

I follow Boxster prices on BAT often and guess that a '02S / 60k miles / IMS not done / in a popular color would sell there for a range of 12k - 16k.

Good luck and let us know how it turns out,
Larry (the Bald Eagle)
I like your optimism on the price, but BAT is not a place I would be going to see prices of cars. Thats where suckers go to purchase cars. The run of the mill car there is overpriced. Once in a while they have something one off, but most of their stuff can be found locally without the flat fee to bid and the buyers premium. Not to mention shipping if the vehicle is not local. To get an idea of pricing I would be keeping an eye on Craigslist and FB marketplace.
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