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Old 25-06-2019, 09:18   #1
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Help with the value of my 6

Hi guys I need a little help. Very reluctantly I'm thinking of selling my 6 only reason is we bought a bigger house that and a few other things means I just don't have the funds to treat her like I think it should be treated, so my question it what do people think its worth ? If I do decide to sell it I don't want it hanging around but at the same time I don't want to give it away. Here's a rough idea of it. ,

1999
87000 miles
Black
Stage 1 mods just been mapped by Simon Norton
Launch control, switchable maps
Fairly new 9 clutch and fly wheel
Brand new genuine Mitsubishi chassis and cross members all photographed throughout fitting.
All the rear end arm bushes renewed at the same time
Refurbed ayc pump about 4 years ago and for the right price can come with another refurbed one,
New groved disks and carber tech pads
White powered coated mint wheels
3 pod piller pod with stepa motor gauges 1 not Working
Loads of history but I lot of the work I have carried out so kept recipes and kept a book of all the work carried out.
It's only done about 800 miles in the last two years.


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Old 25-06-2019, 12:31   #2
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Depending on the price I'd be interested.
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Depending on the price I'd be interested.
What price would you have in mind???

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Old 27-06-2019, 17:28   #4
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219 views and not one comment on price. .... No wonder I'm unsure

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Old 27-06-2019, 18:59   #5
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https://www.torque-gt.co.uk/lancer-evo-vi-040219.html
Pretty sure this sold for under 11k and sold with 2 hours.

It all depends how quickly you want to shift it.
10k gone tomorrow, 15k months imo
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Old 27-06-2019, 20:29   #6
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Pretty sure this sold for under 11k and sold with 2 hours.

It all depends how quickly you want to shift it.
10k gone tomorrow, 15k months imo
I'm in no rush really and really wish I could keep it but family plus house means I can't. I also know new chassis are on back order so hoping this is a plus to selling mine. I'd be happy with a middle of the road figure or what you suggested. I think that's fair don't you??

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Old 27-06-2019, 22:32   #7
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Between 8/9k, Value wise, By what my 8mr went for. End of the day its just a standard run of the mill 20 year old gsr Evo 6
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Somewhere between £8/9k is giving it away.

At the £10/11k mark it would be very competitive and probably get a decent amount of interest with a view to selling in a few weeks.

At £12/13k is maybe where you need to be with room to negotiate. Although at this price the chance of selling to Ireland is greatly reduced due to our astronomical cost of registering a vehicle.

If you price it at £14/15k it kind of suggests that you are keeping the wife happy. “It is advertised wifey, but it’s just not selling! I don’t know why!”

If I was to sell mine I’d be asking €20k.
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Somewhere between £8/9k is giving it away.

At the £10/11k mark it would be very competitive and probably get a decent amount of interest with a view to selling in a few weeks.

At £12/13k is maybe where you need to be with room to negotiate. Although at this price the chance of selling to Ireland is greatly reduced due to our astronomical cost of registering a vehicle.
I don't see anyone jumping in with an offer, would you buy it for 12k I know i wouldn't, Need to get real with these Evos unless its a rare rs- tommy etc, they are money pit 20 year old sheds.
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I don't see anyone jumping in with an offer, would you buy it for 12k I know i wouldn't, Need to get real with these Evos unless its a rare rs- tommy etc, they are money pit 20 year old sheds.
Thanks your your very informative comments. I'm guessing you bought a shed and what's why your so but hurt

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Depending on the price I'd be interested.
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I don't see anyone jumping in with an offer, would you buy it for 12k I know i wouldn't, Need to get real with these Evos unless its a rare rs- tommy etc, they are money pit 20 year old sheds.
This one looks well maintained. The rare ones tend to be the dodgy ones!
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I would suggest keeping it... more so considering the chassis legs etc. have been replaced. Clean examples are getting harder to find....

Maybe drive it a bit more and then reconsider your decision :P
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