We may not be celebrities, but we are most certainly better than most owners, especially the anonymous owners of cars flipped, bought at auction, or bought from used car dealerships. The attached picture shows the only two people who have driven the car since we bought it, and I've driven it 90% of the time.Yes it's very nice but the seller is irrelevant unless owned by a celebrity or infamous character as to it's value. Try listing on Bring A Trailer. They are known for cars bringing crazy prices.
That's always a risk...being hit. I'll take that small risk and buy a well documented, well taken care of car.
Seriously. If I thought I could sell my Touareg it'd be worth the trip.
Thank you, gentlemen.I'd be on this if I were just a state or two away but it's a long drive back home and I freaking hate the construction that is persistent on I40 in the southwest.
Wow a whole binder full of service records and everything? All I have is a folder full of maintenance records and repairs. Binder otwHere is just one example of the kind of thing you'd get with my car, versus ANYTHING ELSE on the market. Every single receipt and written note on everything done to the car, even items I ordered for "garage stock".
We may not be celebrities, but we are most certainly better than most owners, especially the anonymous owners of cars flipped, bought at auction, or bought from used car dealerships. The attached picture shows the only two people who have driven the car since we bought it, and I've driven it 90% of the time.
Thank you, gentlemen.
I have 100% confidence in the car and have the records to justify that belief.
The net of it all, I can either sell it for $10K or keep it.
I posted the picture of my wife and me to show our E90 wasn’t driven and beaten up by some 16 year old high school kid. Perhaps it wasn’t the proper thing to do.I bet you also don't have a picture of Scott and Sue.
This is one bizarre thread even for BITOG..................................
The price for that E90 is quite tempting. I would seriously consider it except I already bought my new car earlier this year.OP here:
With the new year here, I am on a mission to lighten my load and simplify my life. I have an old saying, "If I can't find it or forget that I have it, it's of no use to me".
Would anyone be interested in $7500 for the E90? I haven't shopped the car around aside from this thread. In other words, I'm not desperate. Selling the car is a simple matter of garage space and having to keep four vehicles immaculately maintained. I'm 68 in March. Maintaining four cars has become a bit more work than I'm interested in at this stage of my life. In addition to the cars, I work like hired help in the yard and maintain a fully landscaped one acre lot. All of this is feeling like more work than it used to.
I *might* even consider selling our Honda Element as well, but that's a bit of a long shot. 223K miles, but meticulously maintained. Like the E90, it needs nothing.
Yeah good luck with the sale. Now that you have it below retail, you'll probably have decent luck selling it on places like Craigslist, Facebook marketplace or the regular sites like cars, autotrader, cargurus, etc. Less than 1k have seen your post so yeah, waste of time here.Thanks, and I agree. I posted it on BITOG because people know how I maintain my vehicles.