Should I sell or wait?????

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  1. MeanGreen41

    MeanGreen41 Founding Member

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    I'm planning on getting an 04 in the spring, and was wondering if you guys thought it would be a good idea to sell MEANGREEN now, or leave it sit in the garage all winter and sell it in the spring?

    Thanks Bob
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    merc123 Active Member

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    time = depreciation
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    Morpheusgpr Founding Member

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    I would want until summer at least. Winter does not typically lend itself to good sports car sales.
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    LeadSled1 Founding Member

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    Sell it now before the end of the year. After December the car will be 8 model years old. Banks will only loan out to 7 years so the value will most likely drop a lot if you wait due to the difficulty in a person getting a loan for it. I sold my 97 last Friday.
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    Tat98Cobra Founding Member

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    Definately wait till early spring. You'll lose nig time now - been there, done that. People want toys in the spring, and they get rid of them in the winter (supply & demand rule)

    peace
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    suryo Founding Member

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    Might as well and try to sell it now, since you'll be getting rid of it later anyways. No point in letting it sit when you canc lear the space now. Even if the market may not be right for it, it doesn't hurt to try. If someone is willing to buy it for around your price, go for it.

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