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There is no magic answer but I would suggest finding “comparables” in similar condition with similar mileage and realize that most will sell for a little less than the asking prices you see online. Sites such as CarGurus, Hemings, autotrader, Craigslist, this site etc. also, Bringatrailer will show you some current auctions and solds. I researched all of these recently before buying mine. I created a spreadsheet with info specific to each car and then compared them. Many times you will find an out of town/state buyer interested but remember they will often be factoring in shipping cost or other factors etc. Good luck!
 

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The latest Hagerty values are: #1 Up to $30k for a concours car, Very low mileage, everything perfect, ready to be judged at a national event. #2 car up to $19.7k excellent, original, low miles nice car. #3 car up to $14k, good shape, more miles, some wear and tear. #4 car up to $9.7k , fair car, lots of miles shows wear and tear, paint, interior.
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I am considering selling my 08 Bullitt. What is the best source to compare prices. Blue Book is no help. I appreciate any suggestions. Thank you! #3087
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Linda, I purchased 2008 DHG #1991 recently (5 months ago) in GA for $16k. It is in excellent shape with American long tube headers, K/N cold air intake system, MGW shifter, and 51k miles. Paint and interior like new. Hope this helps. Paid cash.
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Linda,

Right now used car sales/prices are climbing, but most aren't looking f/ collector/muscle car caliber (daily drivers). You just have to set a fair price, based on car's condition, upgrades & your budget - post it FS & see what happens. You can always say no & keep waiting, unless you need the $$$. Good luck!
 

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Pricing depends on the market. List it. What someone is willing to pay is the value.
 

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Linda, I purchased 2008 DHG #1991 recently (5 months ago) in GA for $16k. It is in excellent shape with American long tube headers, K/N cold air intake system, MGW shifter, and 51k miles. Paint and interior like new. Hope this helps. Paid cash.
Patrick
Thank you for that information. Enjoy your Bullitt.:giggle:
 

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There is no magic answer but I would suggest finding “comparables” in similar condition with similar mileage and realize that most will sell for a little less than the asking prices you see online. Sites such as CarGurus, Hemings, autotrader, Craigslist, this site etc. also, Bringatrailer will show you some current auctions and solds. I researched all of these recently before buying mine. I created a spreadsheet with info specific to each car and then compared them. Many times you will find an out of town/state buyer interested but remember they will often be factoring in shipping cost or other factors etc. Good luck!
I cant part with it yet. I've had it for 8 years and never get bored with it when engine
starts.
 

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My 2008 is paid off which makes it worth a million dollars to me. I’m in love with it which adds another million or so. Luckily, it’s not for sale because I might be disappointed with the counter-offers.
 

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in 2020 $25k USA :love:
in 2021 $38k here in France bought second hand 30K Miles
in 2022 since 12 march petrol is 9 $ / gallon ...grow up
Send us all your BULLITTs ... I'll search green card to America:cool:
Sure - my ‘08 in DHG with 16K miles on it, garaged since new. It’s mostly stock - no accidents (and no dings or scratches).
Come and get it.. I’m going electric.. ;)
 
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Oldlugs: If you're serious about selling your '08, message me. I'm in CA.

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Yes I’m serious. I’ve texted with you before about my car. You are truly an Bullitt enthusiast. I’d love to sell it to someone like you that appreciates the car. I think you were wanting to find one more in the range of $13k. I can’t meet that price. I’ve listed it at &18k. The mileage may be high but I’ve taken incredible care of it. I’m in the Denver area. Let me know if you are interested and I’ll put pictures together for you.
 

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Hi Linda, yup, that was me. I've searched through the sofa cushions and upped the ante some since we texted. Your car is probably worth closer to your $18K asking price than I thought, when I was dimwittedly comparing it to GT prices in KBB. My "You serious?" post was directed at Oldlugs, who commented on your thread asking about value he has a low mileage care here in CA and mentioned he was going electric.

Best of luck with your sale,

Craig
 

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Hi Linda, yup, that was me. I've searched through the sofa cushions and upped the ante some since we texted. Your car is probably worth closer to your $18K asking price than I thought, when I was dimwittedly comparing it to GT prices in KBB. My "You serious?" post was directed at Oldlugs, who commented on your thread asking about value he has a low mileage care here in CA and mentioned he was going electric.

Best of luck with your sale,

Craig
 
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