It's clean and stock but I don't think worth that much. They are hard to find in that condition.
Can anyone give me any idea at all why this car would be "worth" more than $11,000 over its book value?
I've been looking for a Corrado for a while now, obviously this one in such incredible condition caught my eye but I can't believe the asking price on it...
Are they really getting marked up this much now?
Last edited by Saabstory02; 05-17-2012 at 08:01 AM.
'12 TDI 6M with "stuff"
Drive a Diesel?
That car may be "worth" the seller's asking price to an individual who is looking to have a pristine factory spec Corrado for their collection. Finding a buyer for that car at that price will be a challenge though.
2001 Uni-Black Jetta Wolfsburg: GT28RS & Unitronic 630cc, Votex'd, Brembo BBK'd, Wavetrac'd, etc...
1995 Moonlight Blue Corrado
I bought my C two years ago for 8500 in very close condition to that. It had 58k on it and plenty of extras. LSD, Non abs, full suspension and tie and sway bars. $15k is a lot for that car, but good luck finding another one like it. I knew of "my" Corrado for years before I finally persuaded it outta the PO's hands.
This is quite an assumption, and would be the #2 reason why I would steer clear. #1 would be... it's greenThere is no Corrado with this mileage, non molested and in the condition anywhere in the world!
Jokes aside, if you have the dough and want it... do it! Eff what anonymous people on a forum think