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kinda confused. took a look at blue book for supras. '94's low blue book is 10000, 12,000 for 95's and so on. i think that sounds a little too cheap

Whats your opinion?
 

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most supras sell 3k-8k over blue book. the chances of finding one for blue book is close to zero and the probability that its not already sold when you call on it is zero:)
 
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i agree with you and think 18,000 is good for a '94 but i dont see where people get off saying 25+.
 
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Supra Pricing

I had a red 94 TT with 22k miles on it - garage kept, flawless paint, etc. etc. and it was recently became a 'total loss' in an accident. Allstate wanted to give me 22k for the car, but I argued and went thru arbitration. Ended up getting 30k for the car, which I still felt was too low.

I picked up a 98 TT with 5400 miles on it and paid 42k for it. I felt it was worth it, the car is amazing and the blue book 'value' is useless for a car of this caliber.

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Re: Supra Pricing

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I had a red 94 TT with 22k miles on it - garage kept, flawless paint, etc. etc. and it was recently became a 'total loss' in an accident. Allstate wanted to give me 22k for the car, but I argued and went thru arbitration. Ended up getting 30k for the car, which I still felt was too low.

I picked up a 98 TT with 5400 miles on it and paid 42k for it. I felt it was worth it, the car is amazing and the blue book 'value' is useless for a car of this caliber.

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The great milage was a big factor im sure
 

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yep you are correct. My family ownes a car lot, and the nada is based on what car bring at the auction. So those of us with supras, vipers, nsx's and some porsches it kills us. for example this is what this weeks book says about Supras.

98 twin turbo,
extra clean $26750
Clean $26050
average $24550 this and rough is usually what a dealer puts in your trade in.
rough $ 22500

so for the nada to be exact they would have had to sale 4 98 supra turbos in the fallowing conditions to get these pricese. I know for a fact that NO 98 turbos went through the auction.
Also do there math, if 4 98 models a week go through the auction then they sold more 98 Turbo supras at the auction than toyota imported:rolleyes:

A supra is like any other car, To the right person its worth a lot, to the rest of the world its just another car. I know when i drive mine people ask if its for sale, I say sure hit $38K and they go MY GOD YOU COULD HAVE HAD A VETTE FOR THAT!!!

Just for fun here are some of the other cars you can get for what the "BOOK" says they are worth.

99 3000GT VR-4 extra clean $26,700 rough $ 22,500
96 300Z twin turbo Extra clean $ 20,800 Rough $15,900

2000 Porsche 911
carrera 2 extra clean $62,450 Rough $53350
Carrera 4 $65,900 Rough $ 59950

1997 TURBO 911
Extra clean $81,500 Rough $70,600

00 BMW
750IL (BIG DADDY)
Extra clean $56,100 Rough 44,700
Ill buy those all day long for that! by this book that car has taken almost $55,000 hit in a year!

anyway just how they stack up.
 
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yep you are correct. My family ownes a car lot, and the nada is based on what car bring at the auction. So those of us with supras, vipers, nsx's and some porsches it kills us. for example this is what this weeks book says about Supras.

98 twin turbo,
extra clean $26750
Clean $26050
average $24550 this and rough is usually what a dealer puts in your trade in.
rough $ 22500


A supra is like any other car, To the right person its worth a lot, to the rest of the world its just another car. I know when i drive mine people ask if its for sale, I say sure hit $38K and they go MY GOD YOU COULD HAVE HAD A VETTE FOR THAT!!!
I definitely agree the car is what someone will pay for it. But, face it there are far to many 190,000+ '94s trying to go for 25,000+ which is lude. for that price 50,000 miles and under is preferable.
 

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back in the days when supras and VR4s sold for the same price.
 
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