Last post on Jun 23, 2008 at 3:57 PM
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Chevrolet Impala, Classic Cars, Sedan
#20 of 25 Re: dpowell [Mr_Shiftright]
Jul 21, 2007 (2:54 pm)
Shift....Thanks for all the help...found a very clean low mile 94....thanks again Larry..price was very right too!
Nov 04, 2007 (5:23 pm)
i have a 95 impala ss it has 21000 miles on it this thing is mint it was garage kept until recent (maybe 3 months) i am trying to sell it but no one is responding i was asking $21,000 now i have it down to $16,200. what is the going rate for a car like this?
#22 of 25 Re: 95 impala ss [hbronco96]
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Nov 04, 2007 (6:23 pm)
Well if miles are provable and it is truly "mint" you might get $16.2K.
Probably the problem is that it isn't a '96 with the console shifter--that's worth $3K-$4K right there.
If you can stand the pain, you could go as low as $12.5K (KBB says $13.1K) which is really what a clean driver '95 sells for. I don't know if people will pay you extra for the low miles and mint condition. One would think so but the collector car market is cooling off rapidly here in the States. Most of the sales are going to Europe.
Where are you advertising? That could also be a problem.
#23 of 25 Re: 95 impala ss [Mr_Shiftright]
Jun 22, 2008 (6:56 pm)
craigslist. should i get a carfax report? if so,just get the one report and copy it for people to see? sorry took so long to reply i forgot about it to be honest. i really need to sell this car but dont want to spend the money for advertising. I guess i will sell it for about 13 or so and see if i get any bites. any ideas what i could do to get the most for it and what should i ask for????
#24 of 25 Re: 95 impala ss [hbronco96]
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Jun 23, 2008 (9:04 am)
Well you are going to HAVE to spend money on advertising. This car is not going to sell very well off craigslist. Your best bets are Hemmings Motor News, which will cost you about $12 for a month, and www.autotrader.com, which gives you an unlimited ad and photos (until the car sells) for $69.
The market is very weak right now, so you'll have to price it competitively. Just remember that a '95 is worth about $3,000 less than a '96
Jun 23, 2008 (3:57 pm)
and what is a 96 worth with this kind of mileage? and what about the carfax report? how does that work and should i get it?