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I have had it for about a year or two and am thinking about either selling it or trading it off for something newer and less mileage, like a chrysler crossfire or something along those lines. How much do you think I could get either selling it or trading it off.

2003 Blue GT
HID conversion
2005 Headlight Conversion
Tuscani Badges
Jensen In-Dash Double DIN-Navi Ready-Touchscreen
Black Leather
AEM cold air intake
Magnaflow Exhaust
76K Miles
and it just had a new transmission dropped in it -.-

I know i won't probably get much for a trade but what do you guys think I should expect. I know most car dealerships don't look at "ad ons" when they consider your trade.......but I do have a lot of "eye candy." Or what have others gotten for their trades, or sold theirs for...... Any input would be helpfull.
 

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What trans? Moonroof? Ahat about ABS?

Not knowing any of the options else I'd say it's worth about $7K as a dealer trade-in, probaly $8.5K-$9K private.
 

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What trans? Moonroof? Ahat about ABS?

Not knowing any of the options else I'd say it's worth about $7K as a dealer trade-in, probaly $8.5K-$9K private.
Its a 6 speed and has a moonroof and I believe it has ABS. It was price on NADA at $9,850 trade and $12,000 private party........but id like to know what others have got for thiers
 

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NADA has it that high?! Wow, I didn't think they held their value that well. Plus, 76K seems like high mileage for a 4 year old car. Average mileage is approx 15K a year which should be closer to 60K total. Unless yours is a very early 2003 (built in early 2002) which would make it a 5 year old car and average mileags near 75K. Good luck.
 

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NADA has it that high?! Wow, I didn't think they held their value that well. Plus, 76K seems like high mileage for a 4 year old car. Average mileage is approx 15K a year which should be closer to 60K total. Unless yours is a very early 2003 (built in early 2002) which would make it a 5 year old car and average mileags near 75K. Good luck.
Yea I know, I thought so too.....but i even brought it up to 80K miles and nothing changed lol. So I figure I better sell it while i can still make a little off of it.
 
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