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    Default Re: 2002 Grand Prix GT in storage since new

    Quote Originally Posted by waupachino View Post
    At this point and time you can't go by Kelly Blue Book to put a value on this. You would be hard pressed to find an equivalent replacement, the closest would probably be my 7700 orig mile 00 Daytona 500, I haven't seen any with less miles then that recently. The car is worth what someone is willing to pay for it. Will it bring $25K, doubtful unless at Barrett Jackson or some big auto Auction and someone really wants it. $4720.00 is closer to what 02 GTP's with around 100K are going for now.
    This may interest you.there is a 2000 Daytona with 6954 miles for sale at a dealership near me...you won't be able to say you havn't seen any with less than yours recently anymore https://www.kijiji.ca/v-cars-trucks/...500/1235846488

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    Quote Originally Posted by 231FUN View Post
    This may interest you.there is a 2000 Daytona with 6954 miles for sale at a dealership near me...you won't be able to say you havn't seen any with less than yours recently anymore https://www.kijiji.ca/v-cars-trucks/...500/1235846488
    Damn you!, LOL. You almost got me, but if that link is correct the ODO is showing 11192K. So I still can. They're proud of that one with a $18.9K price tag.

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    I never said it was falling apart. You're right, I don't know how/where it was stored because you didn't feel the need to post that, just like you don't feel the need to post any pics of this mystery car. Regardless of how it was stored, rubber dry rots - that's science. So tires that have been sitting for 17 years, belts, hoses, etc. will all be dry-rotted and need to be replaced. Add to that suspension bushings, exhaust hangers, brake hoses, etc. Don't forget that engine and transmission seals depend on internal lubrication from the motor to stay fresh and pliable, so you may have to replace items like valve cover seals, pan gaskets, LIM gaskets, etc.

    I'm sure some collector will buy your car, just that this isn't a collector's forum...discussion here focuses on how to keep these running. You would probably have better luck advertising in Hemmings or similar.

    Here's a 2000 GTP Pace Car that was the ACTUAL pace car at Talladega, and paced the last race that Dale Earnhardt won before his fatal 2001 crash. 27k miles, mint condition, and owner is asking $14k. Good luck with your sale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by waupachino View Post
    Damn you!, LOL. You almost got me, but if that link is correct the ODO is showing 11192K. So I still can. They're proud of that one with a $18.9K price tag.
    I did get you! The ODO and link is correct but you're forgetting one thing, it's a Canadian car eh...which means that 11192k is kilometers not miles and those kms convert to 6954 miles. It's at a Ford dealership about 20 mins from my place and looks like new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 231FUN View Post
    I did get you! The ODO and link is correct but you're forgetting one thing, it's a Canadian car eh...which means that 11192k is kilometers not miles and those kms convert to 6954 miles. It's at a Ford dealership about 20 mins from my place and looks like new.
    Got it. I missed KMS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LEVELX View Post
    Hmmmm...9 months ago the price was $19K.
    Read his 1st post.
    I was in a giving mood until I talked with Ken Lingenfelter. It's 25 K and going up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buickman104 View Post
    For such a rare car he might require a paypal fee for pictures of such a rare car.
    The flash might wear out the GM factory paint job.
    Wow , are there any grownups on this site? If you don't have cash in hand for the car , I'm sure not jumping through hoops just so you can see it. It was put out there if someone wants a new one. If it doesn't sell , I don't care. It can sit out there with my CTS-V. Which is also new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 231FUN View Post
    This may interest you.there is a 2000 Daytona with 6954 miles for sale at a dealership near me...you won't be able to say you havn't seen any with less than yours recently anymore https://www.kijiji.ca/v-cars-trucks/...500/1235846488
    BTW... there in 1.9 miles on it. From Trailer to Trailer. Please show me one with less. And the last one. I'll buy it .

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    Neat.

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    I think the MOD should delete this post since pix are REQUIRED for items posted for sale on the forum. I think this guy is just trolling y'all, there is no brand new GP...if so there would be pics.
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    Default Re: 2002 Grand Prix GT in storage since new

    Quote Originally Posted by Burbman View Post
    I think the MOD should delete this post since pix are REQUIRED for items posted for sale on the forum. I think this guy is just trolling y'all, there is no brand new GP...if so there would be pics.
    Agreed. It's a waste of time. He won't even message pictures. I don't know what's so private about a Grand Prix. Or any "new" car for that matter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Burbman View Post
    I think the MOD should delete this post since pix are REQUIRED for items posted for sale on the forum. I think this guy is just trolling y'all, there is no brand new GP...if so there would be pics.
    Sure would be nice, wouldn't it?

    We've all been unable to get back on after Josh and his buddy hacked the website and marked us all as spam. Devil's Own said since everything is working for the members they aren't going to fix anything else.

    If I did still have rights; it would have been locked awhile ago. I can't stand people that will post a car for sale with no pictures. It's a Grand Prix, anyways.

    It's not anything special or collectable. At the end of the day it's a sub $8k car on it's best afternoon in real life. In fact; since I do lending for a living...our national bank (that we wouldn't even lend on the car because it's too old) only gives it a value of $4,750.00. And that's with ONE mile on the clock and every option.
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    What I really don't get is why people buy "newer" cars like these and not drive them. They will never get their money back.

    After the initial purchase price plus the years of having insurance or storage coverage on it you can't get that money back. Nobody here would buy a 15 year old car for the original purchase price even with 2 miles on it. Same with the CTS-V the guy says he has, why would someone pay sticker price for a car that's older when you can walk into a dealership to buy a newer more powerful version for basically the same price and have a full warranty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fivefingerdeathpunch View Post
    What I really don't get is why people buy "newer" cars like these and not drive them. They will never get their money back.

    After the initial purchase price plus the years of having insurance or storage coverage on it you can't get that money back. Nobody here would buy a 15 year old car for the original purchase price even with 2 miles on it. Same with the CTS-V the guy says he has, why would someone pay sticker price for a car that's older when you can walk into a dealership to buy a newer more powerful version for basically the same price and have a full warranty.
    That's a very good question and only time will tell. There are people that believe these may become collectible in the future since they are limited production models. History proves that low mileage collectible cars can bring in big money eventually. Just take a look at some of the 1960/1970 era muscle cars or even some more recent like an actual 1977 Bandit Trans Am or a 1987 Grand National, several low mile cars have recently brought big Money at Auction and back in the 1990's they could've been had for pennies on the dollar. Only time will tell whether or not these will increase in value or fade away.

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    Balls in your court, Sparky....
    not what it looks like

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    25K for a 2002 Pontiac? I'm going with troll until OP provides pics of car.

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    Here is a couple selling a brand-new never-registered 2003 Mercury Marauder. Guy bought it new, had it flatbedded home, and it's been in his heated garage and not moved ever since. Check this article, it has some great pics:

    2003 Mercury Marauder

    I wonder if OPs car still has all of the dealer prep plastic on it like this one?

    Same story though, trying to sell a $35k sticker car for $40k after it's 15 years old....Just like the OP's, this car will be valuable one day.....another 25 years from now. Now it's just an old car, not a classic yet.
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    They woulda made more investing their money in the stock market compared to owning and insuring a car for 15 years LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkylectric View Post
    I was in a giving mood until I talked with Ken Lingenfelter. It's 25 K and going up.
    Somehow I missed this comment.

    $25k and going up?

    It's going to do nothing but take up space until you realize your valuation is FAR from anything close to real life.
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    Between storage, insurance, time and inflation that guy will probably end up losing a bunch of money on that Marauder.

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