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I was offered $4,000...seems low. I have it listed for $6,500...149,000 miles. Not a drop of rust or bodywork. (315)591-85I7
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Hey party people since the pandemic everything has went up even cars, even used cars.

I always try to keep my car tiptop shape and everywhere I go people try to buy it usually 8K on a 210K miles for 2003 Spyder.

But you got a remember somethings there’s not that many left on the road probably less then 400 cars.

You have to remember this is a car that’s very unique anybody can drive a brand new Corvette and there’s tons of them but I am or two spider girl like you don’t see them very often.

Every time I go to the dealership their service people go bonkers because they love those cars and they never see them come in.

Even though I have several cars that’s one car I will never sell

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But you got a remember somethings there’s not that many left on the road probably less then 400 cars.
Toyota sold around 25-30k Spyders in the USA. Even if you account for attrition due to precat/1zz/SMT failures, this is still not what I would consider to be as rare a car as you’re suggesting — uncommon at most.

For comparison, that’s 5 times the amount of Lotus Elise’s put on the road in the same time frame (6 years.)
 

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I paid $8k for my blue 2003 SMT with LSD and 111k miles back in January. It has some tasteful mods and a few minor cosmetic issues. I wasn’t interested in a pre-facelift car. Saw a 2000 at a dealership with 400k miles around the same time. They wanted $5k. 😂
 

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Toyota sold around 25-30k Spyders in the USA. Even if you account for attrition due to precat/1zz/SMT failures, this is still not what I would consider to be as rare a car as you’re suggesting — uncommon at most...
No doubt. Here in NW Pennsylvania/NE Ohio I still see
 

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On Craigslist in the ATL area you rarely see any for sale. When you do it’s 8k at the minimum. Really the guy should have jumped on your price at 6k.
 
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