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109k miles, very clean body, original wheels, still has front and rear lips... what's it worth? approx?




 

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Oh, and it has A/C too
 

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Very nice offering! Are records of upkeep available with said car? Original shocks still around?
If these two things are on the level, I'd say anywhere from $4500-$7000 depending on the buyer. Big range, I know, but I'm sure you know how R-pkg cars can be: collectible to some, beater track rat to others, and just a cute base-model car with a spoiler and no power steering to yet another group.
 

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You're in California where Miata's are a dime a dozen. Although you have an r-package, most cheapskates around here will probably give you about $4,000 to $5,000. Sell it in another state & you are looking at $5,000 to $7,000.
 

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Very nice offering! Are records of upkeep available with said car? Original shocks still around?
If these two things are on the level, I'd say anywhere from $4500-$7000 depending on the buyer. Big range, I know, but I'm sure you know how R-pkg cars can be: collectible to some, beater track rat to others, and just a cute base-model car with a spoiler and no power steering to yet another group.
the latter was they type of seller I bought my R-package from
 

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Well, it's not mine.. it's been sitting in a driveway around the corner from my house for the last 6 months or so... one of the tires is going flat, and the rotors have a light coating of surface rust, indicating it hasn't moved in a while.. I put a note on the guys windshield to see if he was interested in selling it.. just curious what a reasonable range would be, if I were to try to flip it..
 

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Ah! That makes it different. Sounds like it might have some major mechanical issue. If it does (blown motor, tranny, etc.), offer about $2,500. Well, that's only if you plan on fixing it. If nothing is wrong with it, other than they just don't have a need for it & have left it there, offer about $3,500. Go higher if you need to. Most likely something is very wrong with it, though.
 
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