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Old 08-07-2018, 06:00 PM
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Just wondering the value of a 2008 350z automatic base convertible with 80k miles. It has a clean title still runs and drives, top has a tear on passenger side by rear window. It has a new set of Goodyears with about 3k miles on them. Car was backed into on drivers side damaging fender and door. Then it got backed into on passenger side taking out headlight, fender, bumper hood and cracking the radiator support. Any help is appreciated.
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do you have pics?
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about $2000,gonna cost a small fortune to repair...just sayin
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about $2000,gonna cost a small fortune to repair...just sayin
Agreed. That thing is a train wreck.
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Jesus. Look at all the damage to the driver front wheel. It will cost quite a bit to fix the damage including along the driver door. I would seriously offer $2.2k in cash but thatís all.
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Everyone your probably right but to whoever buys it will make a fortune by the time it's parted out possibly 2 to 3k on there 2k investment!
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Everyone your probably right but to whoever buys it will make a fortune by the time it's parted out possibly 2 to 3k on there 2k investment!
Sure, but as it stands itís going to cost that to fix back to pre accident condition. Even after parting everything out he will not get close to what it wouldíve been worth without all this damage. You also have to remember it will take time to sell all the pieces even just to recoup the initial $2k.
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Originally Posted by philliesfan1992 View Post

Sure, but as it stands itís going to cost that to fix back to pre accident condition. Even after parting everything out he will not get close to what it wouldíve been worth without all this damage. You also have to remember it will take time to sell all the pieces even just to recoup the initial $2k.
Yep! your right probably best to take what he can get as is and call it a day!
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1. Is it totalled?
2. Is there any frame damage?

I've got a buddy that scored a Fully bastardized mess of a mini cooper aero. Granted he picked it up for free but he's about 2000 in on rebuilding the crap out of that thing. So moral of the story I guess is sell it to someone who wants a late model Z but cant afford 7k.
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