Like the 1200 one that sold for $30k? I would argue my car is far better. Part of maintaining a car is driving it. That 1200 one is just headaches waiting to be discovered. I would drive mine more but dodging weather and covid make it harder than expected.Sounds way to high an asking price based on the last couple sales of much newer cars with lower miles
I wouldn't consider selling mine either. Only for my dream car.Reasses your valuation if you're serious about selling. No one will shell out $25k for a moderate mileage PFL Spyder. Then again ppl have asked what I would sell my car for & my pre-pandemic answer was always 20 - 25k....mainly because I wouldn't actually consider selling it.
So those notes are more for me than anyone else. To clarify, low coolant means the level was 1/3rd above the low line. It now sits just above the high line. The bumper needed painting. For a little more, I got a new one.Hmmm not likely to get 15k after driving it around 1100 miles with low coolant, and no back story as to why it needed a new bumper.
You think that your car is better than THIS one???I would argue my car is far better.
It is my belief that it is what's on the inside that counts but not everyone shares my sentiments. Also the seller stated oil was last changed in 2011. Yea I would pick poor paint over oil that sat in an engine for 10 years.You think that your car is better than THIS one???
Dude that's just crazy talk. PFL vs FL, red/black vs. green/tan.... good paint with factory correct emblems in immaculate condition vs. shabby paint and some 3d printed Peugeot symbol erroneously screwed to the front of the car....
To be clear, you are comparing these two things:
No... I mean, just.... no.