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Is it me or is now not the time to sell your 2002?


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...it may also be the case that roundies are considered by some to be more desireable, however, there is nothing wrong with any square including 75s. You know, it's not so much the tailights as the bumpers-hint, hint. :) Hang in there. Times will get better and it will sell.

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No matter how you cut it, still boils down to supply

and demand. There are too many 02's and not too

many buyers. No matter how crazy we are about

these cars, it takes a leap of faith to buy your first

one. Why buy a 30 year old car w/o airbags or a/c

and not automatic? Unless you like tinkering with

cars, or appreciate the simplicity and timeless

design of the 2002, you will never be convinced by

the brick looks of it. So who will buy an 02? Just

special people, there just not many of us

around...Hang in there, it will sell, it is one of the

top 10 most influential cars, people just don't know

it yet...

Michael

76 2002 FS

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Wow, don't get discouraged 02ers. I want to buy one BAD. I am just in the middle of relocating. Once relocated I am going to sell my 97 Jeep Grand Cherokee LTD, to purchase an 02. So...if someone want to trade on 02 and a little dough for the JGC let me know. Other wise I'm in the market and am in SoCal. I do have to mention that I would rather have 74 or older (No smog) with a great engine, maybe lowered a tiny bit...aestethics are less of a concern considering it will be my primary transportation other than my bicycle. If you have anything let me know.

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My backs to the wall. Most of my IT consulting mates are in a similar situation, or are battening the hatches bracing for a layoff. Makes it hard to justify a 3k,5K expense on an unnecessary.

I'd guess most if not all classic cars are experiencing flat markets now.

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I placed the 02tii in the Auto Trader and have been averaging about 2-3 calls a day for more than a week. However, the car "sold" (waiting to ship still) to an enthusiast watching the Roadfly bulletin board.

Market is there, but the price has to be attractive.

Secondly, the '75/'76 are the worst years to try and sell. In California, these still require smog tests whereas the '74 does not.

Brian

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actually i sold the car for a semi-fair price for the buyer and

myself but now i have a ton of parts to sell. 2 years ago, i

could have done much better on the sale. The war and the

rest of the economy is really screwing up the sale of "toys".

nobody want's to pour money into a hobby. the buyer of my

car wanted a reliable yet totally cool car. she got one at a

really good price. what could i do... i needed the money?

it is a buyers market and in san francisco, it is also a renter's

market... for a change.

-josh

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to spend disposable income. Wait until things get better, they always do, then it's off to the races to satisfy pent-up demand. Just like everything else.

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