theres a guy selling a firehawk with 102k miles on it and his starting price is 10,500....the car is completely stock...any ideas what to ask???
06-27-2012, 09:12 AM
Hey, welcome to the LS1Tech.com family!
You've posted a great question. It would help if you give us a little more information about the car:
- What condition is the exterior in?
- What condition is the interior in?
- Does the car have a manual or an automatic transmission?
- In what part of the country did the car spend its life (up North with salted roads in the
- Does the seller have service and maintenance documentation on the car?
Honestly, from just the information that you provided, I would think that $8,000 - $8,500 would be more in line with the higher mileage and the reality of a twelve-year-old car. However, genuine Firehawks are pretty rare, so, with the information that you've supplied thus far, I would recommend that you begin at $8,000 and, depending on how much you want this car, negotiate upward from there.
I sincerely wish you the very best of luck with your decision!
the exterior is in great condition, from the pictures anyway
for the interior there are no rips or tears
transmission is automatic
car is in georgia
with the documentation i am not sure
theres more information if you wanted it, but thank you for the help with the pricing
06-27-2012, 04:02 PM
Also remember that a 6 figure mileage Firehawk has very little 'collector' interest so don't pay a premium for it.