Best thing mate is to go and have a look at it and you will find out why ,and i bet unless your not at all fussy you will walk away,so much to consider with a car to determine what car is worth what, even if it has shagged discs and pads it can knock 1k of the value then say the clutch is slipping and a few dings on the wing ,then you got yourself a £7495 evo 6,but i bet your bottom dollar its no minter :smthumbup
you talking about this one mate it has been forsale for a while i rember seeing it when i was looking to replace my stolen evo in early january so iam guessing its not that good i never bothered to go look at it because i was put off by the exhaust in the pics.
it has not been moved for a while thats obvious by the discs. doesn't mention hpi or anything either! i bought mine for a similar price but im making a project out of mine making it up to standard. the car also may have had front end damage and been repaired. so many things to think about when looking at a car at that price
It was obviously up for £10k at some point. Probably just wants rid of it now. For £8k how bad could it be with those miles on it? The exhaust on wrong side is a bit odd as is the TME front bumper but wouldn't be the first GSR to have different bumper fitted.
Last year i sold a totally standard Evo V 1998 with a genuine 36K in silver with 1 years MOT for £6.5K, needed an alloy reburb and discs didn't have alot of life in them.Was a very tidy car HPI clear.........maybe too cheap also?
well ive offered him 7k and providing its still for sale on the weekend he said he will sell.
So seems its a waiting game.
He took the car in a part-ex and doesnt normally deal in sports cars. He told me he would never take another sports car in as part ex??
It's a bit of a niche car the Evo so a dealer with no experience of them is probably not happy with how long even good cars can take to sell. The market is limited and even more limited when people who want one on the face of it do a bit of research and find out about the service interval and the insurance cost. For that price you cannot go wrong even if it ends up needing something that costs £1k!!