Re: The world is ending! (Sue Esponte)
Unexpected: VERY, lol! But I've had my fun, and I really don't get the opportunity to drive this vehicle in its element, so I feel like I'm just wasting the car (and my money). Plus, as I get older, I find more important things to spend my money on (alarm systems for the house, replacing stolen lawn mowers, etc.).
You're right about the new car pricing, and that's why I posted that a new one could be had, same equipment, for around $39K.
But what I'm selling is the total package: the car, plus the upgrades. Which, if someone bought a new car for $39K, spent 4 grand on parts, and roughly two grand on labor, you're looking at $45K. So . . . brand new for $45K, or one year old, 15K miles, for nearly 10 grand less.
The other issue is that I don't have the time to return everything to stock, sell the vehicle where a stock vehicle should sell, and then sell all the parts.
I get people coming into the dealership all the time looking for a one year old R in the low to mid-30's, and we just don't have them. So I have no concerns whatsoever about getting the car sold . . . I just wanted the enthusiasts here on Swedespeed to have the first opportunity.
Besides . . . I did say I would consider offers
Oh, and the lease assumption would still be a good deal for someone.