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New Price, Current Wholesale, Current Retail (8/1/2001)
What the Numbers Mean...
When you're looking for a used Stealth or 3000GT, it's a good thing to have a reference such as this for comparison purposes. The wholesale price is the bottom-line price paid by insurance companies and dealers for a car with no flaws, minimal body wear, and that runs well. It also will have an average number of miles on the odometer for that model year - usually calculated at 10,000 miles per year. The retail price is what you will pay at a dealer for that same car. If you find a private vehicle for sale, the price will be somewhere in the middle. The "motivated sellers", who absolutely must sell the car quickly, either because they are moving or they need money right away, are the ones to look for, since the value they assign to their car will usually be closer to the wholesale price. But if a private seller has babied the car, taken impeccable care of it, and driven it infrequently, they will often want as much as the retail price. And sometimes a "cream puff" is worth the higher price, since with low mileage, such a car may be in better condition than one several years newer that has flaws or much higher mileage. As a further guide point, we have also included the price for that year and model when the car was new. Don't forget, though, the most important advice we can give you: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is... Caveat Emptor!!!
but we checked quite a few of them in the Blue Book & Edmunds.
The latest prices for the DOHC models are ALL almost exactly $2,000 LOWER than the prices shown here! For some reason, the SOHC Base model prices have remained almost the same, and only slightly lower. But this will give you a "ballpark" figure.
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