This car has been sold.
(Pictures before damages)
This vehicle was involved in a collision, and needs significant body work, and a new left rear axle, as explained in further detail below. If you can do the work yourself and save labor costs, this is an opportunity to get a very nice car for a bargain.
- 1.3L Twin Turbo Rotary Engine
- 5 Speed Manual Transmission
- Rear Wheel Drive
- 80,000 miles
- Air Conditioning
- Power Steering
- Power Windows
- Power Door Locks
- Cruise Control
- Dual Front Air Bags
- ABS (4-Wheel Disc Brakes)
- Alloy Wheels
- Leather Interior
- Wood Trim
Additional Reliability Modifications
- Installed AutoMeter Boost Gauge
- Replaced pre-cat with downpipe
- Replaced stock plastic y-pipe & crossover tube with Efini aluminum versions
- Replaced stock plastic air separation tank with aluminum aftermarket version
- Replaced stock radiator with aluminum Koyo version, along with all modifications to make radiator fit
- I have an uninstalled turbo timer, that I'll include with the car
Blue Book Value, Cost of Damages
If you're computer savvy enough to be looking at this page, you're smart enough to check the blue book value at Kelly Blue Book, so I'll save you the time. Here's the blue book value of this car, broken down by condition and type of sale.
||Suggested Retail Value
While this car was parked on the side of the road, another driver side swiped it, causing significant damage to the body on the entire driver's side. The driver also struck the left rear wheel, damaging the rim and bending the axle. I took the car to a body shop, and was quoted $4800 to repair those damages, including labor. There is also hail damage on the hood, and some dents on the passenger side fender that will require another $1500 to repair. The car was in working order when it was hit, and still runs - I actually drove it to the body shop.
Considering that the average private party sale for this car in good condition would be around $10,000, and there are around $6500 in damages, I feel that $3500 is a fair asking price. If you can do most of the repairs on your own time, you'd save quite a bit of labor, and could have a $14,000 car for a very good price. Even if you take the car to a shop and let them do all of the work, you'll still get the car for a fair price.
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