I think there are gems in any price range, depending on what you're looking for.
Maybe a re-title is in order like you said though. What they're worth or something to that effect would probably be a good title.... Everyone has different criteria
Still, not horrible if the uni-body is in good shape. The rest of the mechanicals appear to at least be present.
True. I mean I bought my vert for around $2k because it was rust free (except that spot that was hidden with that gawd awful aftermarket chrome wheel lip trim...) and appeared to be mechanically untouched. I'd consider this one for around that price range if it was straight underneath and relatively rust free. Mechanical issues are easier to deal with for me.
Now since you guys are going on a bit about what its worth and over priced cars here is an example, in my opinion, of a sad old fox that is way over priced even for the bottom of the price range.
Yes, it's asking price is $1,200, BUT its in terrible condition, missing half the engine, beat to hell and back, holes cut in the rear bumper cover, and who knows what else is wrong with it. I'd maybe be in the $500 range for this car, but really I would only be interested in this car if it was free. Even then it might be more trouble than it would be worth to go get the thing.
This is a little above the mark, but it looks like a nice car. I dont see $8,500 though.
I found this guy down in Florida smoking the devil's lettuce.
$7500!! Ive never seen those lights before. Yikes!Remember that car on the second page that I posted? The owner claims it has 37k miles but can't prove it with an asking price of $7500? It's still on the list and they're still after $7500. All I can think to ask is what's up with those tail lights?!!