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How much is a TT Quicksilver with 90,000 miles worth. The car is in great shape inside and out and its an auto (1 of 9). LMK
Espeefan said:Last year when I was searching around for my Mk IV, most Supras I saw, regardless of color, with 90K miles, were selling in the $22,000 to $25,000 range. Automatics bring lower prices then 6 speeds as well. I don't think I'd spend more then that myself, but hey, everybody is different.
mifesto said:no way for a stock auto? even if its quicksilver.... i say low 20s.... 30k would be if u have extremely low mileage
It sucks that the price on these cars are soo high, but take it from someone who recently bought one for the 1st time, its well worth the wait. But for that price I would make sure its all that you want, dont settle for an automatic if you want stick. The color dont matter much but its the engine and tranny thats really worth considering.Supra109 said:How much is a TT Quicksilver with 90,000 miles worth. The car is in great shape inside and out and its an auto (1 of 9). LMK
JGsupraTT said:The car is worth what it is worth regardless what one persons thought process is on it. Just because a few people don't think a 98 with 90k miles should be worth more does not somehow make it worth less. It will sell 30k+ with no problems.
Quicksilver (most sought after color), 1998 (one of the most sought after years), and 1 of 9. Yea I'd say it's easily worth the money. It's a collectors type of car. If your looking at the car for a different reason then you won't understand the pricing.