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#423 on eBay - 250 miles

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by PopSmith, Oct 23, 2011.

  1. PopSmith

    PopSmith Saving for a Model 3

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    It looks to be at a Ford dealership. I wonder what (and how much) the previous owner traded it in for.
     
  2. ipdamages

    ipdamages Roadster Sports 835 & 972

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    The car is on consignment. The seller at the dealership, Scott, had #314 and sold it. It was listed at $90K and then they had it on eBay at $85K. They eventually sold it, though I don't know the price.

    2008 Vin #314 with only 429 miles

    There are two guys in South Carolina who are next door neighbors and bought Roadsters, but then ended up not driving them (familiar story). After they sold #314, now they're selling #423.
     
  3. Talkredius

    Talkredius Member

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    and what did the previous owner with this car ?
    just sitting and looking at it ?:confused::wink:
     
  4. Mycroft

    Mycroft Life happens

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    Version 1.5, no CF. Don't think they'll get $90k for it.
     
  5. pgwoosley

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    #423 on EBay 250 miles

    Auction 110768427999
    Charleston, SC
    $84,500, offers invited
    Silver with black interior
     
  6. augkuo

    augkuo Member

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    Listed now for $84.5K - original price $105k, probably paid about $98k with the federal tax credit. It seems like the market is driven by people who actually plan to use the cars rather than collectors
    since the price keeps dropping and there will be few cars with very little miles on them left.


     

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