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NON PULLIED Cobra. What is she worth??

Discussion in 'Terminator Talk' started by coild, Mar 28, 2010.

  1. coild

    coild Boss 351 to SVT Cobra Established Member

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    2003 SVT Cobra. 18,500 miles.

    One of the few remaining NON PULLIED Cobras left. Redfire with chrome wheels. The ONLY mods are a K&N FIPK, Borla Stinger catback, MGW shifter & BF IRS brace.
    Owned by a 50 year old motorhead who meticulously has babied and maintained it since I bought it from the original owner in October, 2006. Always garaged with a car cover. Never raced or abused. I have all the original paperwork including the original bill of sale and window sticker. This is a solid Cobra with no squeaks, creaks, clunks or rattles. Also has window and tail light tint. She has been a garage queen since I have owned her.
    Purrs like a kitten.
    I was thinking of asking around $23,000. What do you guys think?

    Here's a few pics.
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    Last edited: Mar 28, 2010
  2. snakezilla

    snakezilla Active Member Established Member

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    very clean car good luck with the sale
     
  3. Bdubbs

    Bdubbs u even lift bro? Premium Member Established Member

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    I would be all over this, if it was still for sale, next spring. Nice ride!
     
  4. Jomo1994z71

    Jomo1994z71 Can I get a KB WooWee! Established Member

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    23, and wouldn't take a dime less...great deal for 23K
     
  5. cobrakidz

    cobrakidz High mileage R Established Member

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    Nice car. I too am non-pullied.
     
  6. Smacked_in_ATL

    Smacked_in_ATL Stock! Established Member

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    Well the price all depends on how quick you need to sell. If there are no unforeseen circumstances that are rushing the sale, I see no reason why you could not get 23K, especially with the summer coming up. It would have to be the right buyer, but people are getting twin screw cars for that price, so keep that in mind as well. Most twin screw purchasers don't have to invest 10k in parts to get 600hp, maybe $500 on a new tune. Some may not even want that much power. Just depends on what people want.
     
  7. GA Terminator

    GA Terminator New Member Established Member

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    I have been toying with the idea about selling my Cobra. Mine has 7100 miles on the clock and is bone stock as well. Still trying to make up my mind.
     
  8. x NOODLES x

    x NOODLES x Big Hitter da LLama! Established Member

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    1. Theres more non pullied cobras out there than people think. :read:

    2. 23K seems very fair considering miles and condition. I wouldnt take much less thats for sure. :beer:
     
  9. P49Y-CY

    P49Y-CY selfie deaths ftw Established Member

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    out of curiousity - why selling?

    i think it would be def worth it at 23k to the right person

    best of luck with it
     
  10. xenodragon

    xenodragon New Member Established Member

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    Well the bank said my car was worth $20k 2 months ago, so I would assume $23k would be a good price
     
  11. Bdubbs

    Bdubbs u even lift bro? Premium Member Established Member

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    Yes, but not everyone wants a modded cobra. I would prefer something like this, low miles, and for the most part not as molested like others.
     
  12. coild

    coild Boss 351 to SVT Cobra Established Member

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    The reason I'm selling is simple. I just never drive it. When it becomes a hassle that you need to drive your SVT Cobra because she has sat for over 6 or 8 weeks, its time to re-evaluate why I even own it. PLus, I have an '04 Lightning as my DD, so my musclecar passion is met every day.

    Thanks for looking!
     
  13. coild

    coild Boss 351 to SVT Cobra Established Member

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    I just posted it for sale for $22,000. Here, and on Craigslist.
     
  14. CobraBob

    CobraBob Authorized Vendor Premium Member Established Member Single Barrel Sirs

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    There are buyers who are looking for modded Terminators because they'd rather not have to invest in mods after the sale. This buyer group assumes more than likely that the car has been raced to some extent, and/or driven hard occasionally. There likely focused on the mods and the overall condition of the car.

    And then there are buyers who are looking for non-pullied Terminators in the hope that the car has been raced or driven hard minimally. I know if I was looking for a 2003-2004 Cobra that I would be more interested in the car being close to stock (non-pullied), well maintained, and not driven hard very often. For a car like that, IMO $23K is a very fair price. 18,500 miles is very low. We're talking about a 7 year old car. That's like 2,650 - 2,700 miles a year.
     
  15. CodyK7

    CodyK7 Uh Ohhh Established Member

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    Seems fair. 20 or 21 if you were trying to sell it really quick. But someone will give you 22 or 23 if you can hold out a while.
     

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