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  1. #1

    The prices really fluctuate

    I would have thought this car would have hit 22K to 23.5K based on past sales - was really surprised to see it go for under 20. Is it just that time of year or have the prices started to drop

    https://bringatrailer.com/listing/20...convertible-4/

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    An automatic convertible has to be the least desirable version, correct? A similar manual coupe would have easily gone for $5k+ more due to the mileage. BAT also has inflated prices IMO. While most cars are on the nicer end, they seem to usually go for more than the expected.

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    You would think that about the ZHP verts, but the “want” factor is about equal (auto and manual for verts).
    I feel there is a crowd that likes cruising in the auto verts.

    I sold my manual vert for similar money and more miles, but had a hardtop and was mechanically sound.

    I feel that with coupes the manual version def. pulls a premium. For sedans, that is generally true, but the autos have a strong following also.

    I’ve sold five in the last year and a half.
    Current - 2005 330ci ZHP 6-speed - Black on Black, Looking for a Manual Imola Sedan

  4. #4
    I was just comparing to previous BAT sales and it looked like it should have been higher IMHO

  5. #5
    I agree, give it a month or two, prices will climb again.
    November - March are the worst times for (used) car sales.
    Current - 2005 330ci ZHP 6-speed - Black on Black, Looking for a Manual Imola Sedan

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    This one sold today in BaT for $10,250. Sounds like the buyer got a good deal IMO.

    2005 ZHP vert / IR on NB / AT / 99k miles / Henderson NV

    https://bringatrailer.com/listing/20...onvertible-26/
    2005 IR / black / 6MT
    153,000 miles

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredo View Post
    This one sold today in BaT for $10,250. Sounds like the buyer got a good deal IMO.

    2005 ZHP vert / IR on NB / AT / 99k miles / Henderson NV

    https://bringatrailer.com/listing/20...onvertible-26/
    Probably needs $5k+ in maintenance, suspension and engine work, to get it to a decent daily driver condition.


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