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I am selling my 2005 Corvette. I live in Oceanside Ca. Here are the details below:
Only 16,200 miles, garaged entire life of car, auto transmission, pwr windows, doors, cruise, Premium Bose Sound, dual & side air bags, power leather seats, removable Glass Roof Panel, Premium Wheels. Glass roof can easily be removed by one person & stored in the rear of the car.
High Bluebook for this car is $31, 257 & low bluebook is $28,257. I am selling this car, a true high blue book, low miles car for $27,750 which is below low blue book. If you want a Corvette in mint condition, selling for less than half its new price with only 16,200 miles on it, this is your car.
FYI, you can post all you want about how you can buy a 2008 for $3 etc but the fact is the high & low blue book for this car is what I stated above thus my price is an excellent price for the miles on it & condition. If you are interested in it, contact me.
FYI, you can post all you want about how you can buy a 2008 for $3 etc but the fact is the high & low blue book for this car is what I stated above thus my price is an excellent price for the miles on it & condition.
Since I have your permission....
The market determines what a car is worth, KBB doesn't mean squat because KBB doesn't sell cars. Hell, at the other end of the spectrum, Edmund's says your car's trade in value is $17,279 and dealer retail $20,774!
Regardless, the car is a creampuff and this is SoCal, so who knows? Sleep with enough leprechauns and ya might get lucky....