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Old 06-14-2013, 04:47 PM   #1
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What could i sell my car for?

So I'm thinking about selling my car and getting a new dodge ram 1500 crew cab. What do you guys think I can sell my car for?it is a 2012 v6 Mca with 6 speed premium. It has a bunch of extras

Lowering springs
Aluminum an panrod bar
Exhaust
Wheels and tires
Intake
Gt500 wing
Billet aluminum fuel door
Rear window louver
Barton short shifter w/ steeda ball
Raxiom taillights
Hids in the low beams and fog lights
Pony lights that shine under the door

What do you all think
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Old 06-14-2013, 05:26 PM   #2
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If you can find someone who knows and appreciates the add-ons, and your car is under 50K miles, you should be able to sell it for bluebook value + half of your add-ons. What you other people think?
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First, look up the KBB value. Then research how much your model/year is selling for around you, stock. Your private sale figure should be around that. Most people wont buy fully modified. At least in my case they didn't...
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First, look up the KBB value. Then research how much your model/year is selling for around you, stock. Your private sale figure should be around that. Most people wont buy fully modified. At least in my case they didn't...
I must agree somewhat to this one. If I were a potential buyer, modified means abusing. Why mod? To get more power? What you do with more power? Drive aggressively, which leads to more stress to engine, which shortens engine life.

Sorry for my thinking-out-loud logics
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Hahaha... I agree. That's how "potential" buyers think anyways... :p

If you have stock stuff, just put it back on and sell aftermarket items on the side.
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One milllllllllllion dollars. Lol
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I say put it back to stock and sell the mods you get way more money I know a guy that does that he buys foxes that are modded puts them back to stock and sells them and makes good money for a hobby
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