Have Gallardos suddenly jumped in price?

Have Gallardos suddenly jumped in price?

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ghost83

Original Poster:

4,392 posts

152 months

Friday 19th June 2020
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rat rod said:
Hope they are going up ! that would make a change but i'm not holding my breath.
It’s been for sale over 12 month at the lower mid 80s and then the 92 bracket and hasn’t sold, ain’t gonna sell above 100k pointless advert tbh

kitchensink

12 posts

22 months

Thursday 25th June 2020
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ghost83 said:
It’s been for sale over 12 month at the lower mid 80s and then the 92 bracket and hasn’t sold, ain’t gonna sell above 100k pointless advert tbh
Hi Ghost83

I watched with some amusement at your criticisms and comments on my pricing. It was however nice to know someone was taking such a keen interest.

I did need to wait quite a while for the right buyer to come along, and wasn't willing to let it go for less than what I felt it was worth.

The car sold this morning, and I wish the new owner the best, and as it is no longer a car I am selling, I can say with some honesty, that the car in that spec is as rare as hen's teeth. It is anything but a bog standard Gallardo - it is a manual, coupe, right year, right colour, right wheels.

Next in line is the Arancio LP550-2 on autotrader. What do you think of pricing on that? I think it is worth every penny.

All the best

Edited by kitchensink on Thursday 25th June 16:34

Oaky

47 posts

134 months

Thursday 25th June 2020
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How much did it go for?

ghost83

Original Poster:

4,392 posts

152 months

Friday 26th June 2020
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kitchensink said:
Hi Ghost83

I watched with some amusement at your criticisms and comments on my pricing. It was however nice to know someone was taking such a keen interest.

I did need to wait quite a while for the right buyer to come along, and wasn't willing to let it go for less than what I felt it was worth.

The car sold this morning, and I wish the new owner the best, and as it is no longer a car I am selling, I can say with some honesty, that the car in that spec is as rare as hen's teeth. It is anything but a bog standard Gallardo - it is a manual, coupe, right year, right colour, right wheels.

Next in line is the Arancio LP550-2 on autotrader. What do you think of pricing on that? I think it is worth every penny.

All the best

Edited by kitchensink on Thursday 25th June 16:34
Well done with the sale if it was around the 119k my question is though why wouldn’t it sell around the mid 80s it was advertised for then the mid 90s

Imo someone’s had their trousers down! So well done to you and well not very good for somebody who’s shelled out a lot more than it was originally advertised for

monthefish

19,695 posts

193 months

Monday 20th July 2020
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kitchensink said:
I did need to wait quite a while for the right buyer to come along, and wasn't willing to let it go for less than what I felt it was worth.
Fair enough, but it seemed you had no clue what that was...

ghost83 said:
Mid 80s
Low 90s
129k
97k
Now 119k
biggrin

rat rod

1,237 posts

27 months

Monday 20th July 2020
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ghost83 said:
kitchensink said:
Hi Ghost83

I watched with some amusement at your criticisms and comments on my pricing. It was however nice to know someone was taking such a keen interest.

I did need to wait quite a while for the right buyer to come along, and wasn't willing to let it go for less than what I felt it was worth.

The car sold this morning, and I wish the new owner the best, and as it is no longer a car I am selling, I can say with some honesty, that the car in that spec is as rare as hen's teeth. It is anything but a bog standard Gallardo - it is a manual, coupe, right year, right colour, right wheels.

Next in line is the Arancio LP550-2 on autotrader. What do you think of pricing on that? I think it is worth every penny.

All the best

Edited by kitchensink on Thursday 25th June 16:34
Well done with the sale if it was around the 119k my question is though why wouldn’t it sell around the mid 80s it was advertised for then the mid 90s

Imo someone’s had their trousers down! So well done to you and well not very good for somebody who’s shelled out a lot more than it was originally advertised for
Assuming the buyer is over 21 and nobody was holding a gun to his head i don't know what the fuss is about, As long as he's happy with it ,that's the main thing, good luck to him.

limpsfield

5,089 posts

215 months

Monday 20th July 2020
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Agreed with rat rod.

There is some right curtain twitching on this thread!

kitchensink

12 posts

22 months

Sunday 26th July 2020
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monthefish said:
kitchensink said:
I did need to wait quite a while for the right buyer to come along, and wasn't willing to let it go for less than what I felt it was worth.
Fair enough, but it seemed you had no clue what that was...

ghost83 said:
Mid 80s
Low 90s
129k
97k
Now 119k
biggrin
Next time I will consult with monkfish and the ghost.

ghost83

Original Poster:

4,392 posts

152 months

Wednesday 29th July 2020
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I still don’t understand why someone would pay over 100k for it when it was advertised in the 80s only a few months ago

Drclarke

1,075 posts

135 months

Thursday 30th July 2020
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ghost83 said:
I still don’t understand why someone would pay over 100k for it when it was advertised in the 80s only a few months ago
My goodness, find yourself a new hobby or just buy a damn car instead of just online tyre kicking.

rat rod

1,237 posts

27 months

Thursday 30th July 2020
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Drclarke said:
ghost83 said:
I still don’t understand why someone would pay over 100k for it when it was advertised in the 80s only a few months ago
My goodness, find yourself a new hobby or just buy a damn car instead of just online tyre kicking.
I think obsessed come to mind, 17 post's, chill out man before you self ignite,