Car is now in NJ.. please refer to my new thread!
Update: The car will be here in Norcal until August 10th. The next day I'll be moving to NJ and would love to leave the car here with a happy new owner as opposed to shipping it back east.
Wouldn't be the end of the world to bring this thing back east and be able to test it out in the snow next winter
mbp: 25k is for the car stock, which reflects it's current value according to KBB (that's without factoring in the enthusiast/limited run car factor). The mods will be available for the buyer to buy at greatly reduced prices. Come check her out!
DG7: I never bothered registering the car in CA since I knew I was only going to be living here for 1 year. Gotta love the USAF
Some more photos (the full set is already loaded up on autotrader - follow the link posted above). I've had a few people come to check the car out so far, but only one made a reasonable offering. Let me know if you'd like to come and see the car... I'm available on most weekday nights and on weekends. Loco685@gmail.com.
Last edited by loco8685; 08-29-2012 at 08:43 PM.
It's not $24,000 but would you take $15000 cash?
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Good Looking R,
Just an objective opinion: When you put aftermarket parts on a car, you can't use the KBB Value effectively anymore. Warranty becomes a big question at that point being that some dealers will instantly decline when seeing any aftermarket parts. Also there has been a big deflation in R32 value since the Golf R landed here in the states.
GLWS, if I were closer to NorCal I'd consider
They see me trollin', they hatin'
Took a look at the Golf R again yesterday... I can't believe what they are charging for it! This one was in Walnut Creek, a very expensive suburb of SF, and they wanted $41,000!!! During the test drive the engine was so quiet I couldn't even tell if it was on or not. So sad that the growl of the VR6 is dying
Last edited by loco8685; 08-29-2012 at 08:45 PM.