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Attempting to sell my '89 red/tan coupe. $3500 seems to be attracting no interest. Is it unreasonable ?

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Hard to answer that question accurately without more detail, top of which would be mileage and a bit of car history. The car looks okay overall, a nice driver based on overall appearance. A little grungy under the hood. It doesn’t need to shine but it doesn’t help the otherwise neat appearance

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Reattas are not easy cars to sell. Not a great reputation and not much utility other than the fun factor for two people.

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3 hours ago, 2seater said:

Hard to answer that question accurately without more detail, top of which would be mileage and a bit of car history. The car looks okay overall, a nice driver based on overall appearance. A little grungy under the hood. It doesn’t need to shine but it doesn’t help the otherwise neat appearance

168,000, 2nd owner.

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Does the car run without issue?

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I have had no issues. I drive it (in town) daily, and have only replaced the blower control module. Currently getting 16 mpg. The power antenna was disconnected by the original owner. All CRT functions are available to me.

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On 5/18/2022 at 4:48 PM, Reynjoe said:

Attempting to sell my '89 red/tan coupe. $3500 seems to be attracting no interest. Is it unreasonable ?

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Screenshot_20220515-190550_OfferUp.jpgI think it is a very fair price. How many miles ?

 

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168,000

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Hi! I also have an '89 Reatta coup in black and tan.  Unless you really need to sell, you might consider keeping yours and enjoying it for some time as out of some 200,00 produced, less than half are registered telling us all that values will rise.  If you must sell now you're not going to get much more than in the low-mid 20's for it.  They're unique cars and fun to own as I'm sure you already know but more of a special interest car.  

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Also, where are you located? 

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I'm in northern Indiana. The original owner lived nearby and drove this car 100 miles a day to/from work. She claims it was very good in snow, though it hasn't left the garage in winter since I've had it.

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In Indiana (spent 5 years in Anderson) I'd look very closely at the chassis and floorboards. Is a salt state.

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23 hours ago, fun car guy said:

Hi! I also have an '89 Reatta coup in black and tan.  Unless you really need to sell, you might consider keeping yours and enjoying it for some time as out of some 200,00 produced, less than half are registered telling us all that values will rise.  If you must sell now you're not going to get much more than in the low-mid 20's for it.  They're unique cars and fun to own as I'm sure you already know but more of a special interest car.  

You're confused?  Happy to clarify.

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"low-mid 20's " for a 91 'vert with 200 miles maybe. Or one of the Sinatra herd.

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