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Thread: VIN 2545 for sale at Streetside Classics in Atlanta GA.

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    Certified Stainless!! Chris Burns's Avatar
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    VIN 2545 for sale at Streetside Classics in Atlanta GA.

    Nice black interior 5 speed car!!

    https://www.streetsideclassics.com/v...elorean-dmc-12

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    Builder of the first Delorean Time Machine
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    If someone is interested, I'd be happy to go look at it for them.

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    Wow. Is this what a $50k car looks like now? That car has a few too many odds and ends either missing or requiring attention to justify that high a price.
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    Give them a few months, and they will take a realistic 40k....
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    Senior Member Dangermouse's Avatar
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    I like a car with lots of documentation, though why the seller thinks that a receipt for someone else's 22" wheel and tires is helpful in this case, I'm not sure.

    Which also makes me question the accuracy of the receipt for the new fuel pump which was sold to a wholesaler in Tampa, while the car has clearly not left GA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan View Post
    Wow. Is this what a $50k car looks like now? That car has a few too many odds and ends either missing or requiring attention to justify that high a price.
    I suppose it's all a matter of perspective. I've seen quite a few cars advertised by the vendors at the same price point that aren't nearly as nice.
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    Senior Member Jonathan's Avatar
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    Yea, consistency on what these cars list (or sell for) is all over the map.

    It was only a month or two ago when two different cars sold for what appeared to be $23,900 USD. One was on consignment through Midwest and the other might have been on here. They both looked like good drivers without any huge issues or problems.

    The car Chris mentioned in this thread doesn't have any huge issues or deficiencies either, but $50k is a long way from $24k.
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    I'm looking to purchase in late spring, I don't see the sense in buying right now and then putting the car away for the winter. I was set to purchase in 2016 but I got promoted and moved across country so everything got shuffled up and I'm just now getting stable again. I had planned on ~$35k being the entry point for a very solid car that wouldn't need much. I started looking at ads again this month and it seems like everything is listing at $42k+ now. I was really discouraged until I looked to see what cars are selling for rather than what they're listing for. There is a nice looking example in Idaho that has listed and failed to sell on eBay a bunch of times that just relisted for about $3k less which is encouraging for a buyer. More support for my position that buyers set the market, not sellers as some would hope.

    I'm curious if the Delorean movie and the documentary coming in 2018 will affect the market at all. If it does I assume there will be a drop about 12 months later as those cars hit the market again.

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    Not really banned Michael's Avatar
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    DeLorean for 50k

    Buyers/non owners: Dear God that's waaaayyyy too much!

    Sellers/Owners : Dear God that's a steal at that price!

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    So you didn't read the thread, then?

    At least you're consistent.

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