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Old 01/31/2005, 09:29 PM   #1
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GT/CS ebay price history

A person with a GT/CS on ebay posted all GT/CS cars sold on ebay over the past few months to show that his car is worth around $15,000. The numbers are interesting and very consistent.

I hope the numbers all transferred over correctly. The copy and paste didn't work too well. Below is the link to the car on ebay.

"Knowing that I would be selling this car for a while now I have watched the GT/CSs being auctioned on Ebay and have noticed a wide range from rust buckets, to poorly done clones, to decent quality, to show quality. Below is a list of the decent and higher quality GT/CSs over the last 5 months.

High Bid (Res. not met) Sold
1. $14,000
2. $14,500
10. $19,500
12. $14,500
15. $14,500

Average $15,222 $15,333

Looking at these vehicles compared to mine, I would consider mine to be in better condition, better color schemes and better optioned than most of these, yet I have set my reserve below these averages and well below the Average value as defined in NADA guides of $17,875 ("
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