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I agree with you Porkchop. Surely if it were a special edition, or if there were something that stood out about the car other than the VIN number I can see it going for more than list. But that is ridiculous. Going to a good cause or not, paying almost 3 times list price is inane. How long of a wait is it to get a new 350z?
Originally posted by velociti How long of a wait is it to get a new 350z?
The 7000 or so pre-orders are arriving over the next few months. Almost all of the cars that are showing up now are pre-orders, so it's almost impossible to walk into a Nissan dealer and buy one and drive off today. The few non-pre-order cars on the lots are cancellations, so it is somewhat possible to get one.
Some people on the Z board (my350z.com) have recently ordered their cars and they're supposed to arrive sometime in Nov-Dec-Jan?
The markups are amusing. One local dealer is asking $10K over MSRP! Another dealer "claims" to have sold one for $52K.
jesus....sounds like the E46 M3. My brother ordered one almost a year and a half ago...and didn't get it till 3 months ago. I've heard of $15k markups for the M3, which puts the final price somewhere around 60 grand Eh, considering what our public will pay for, it shouldn't be any suprise.
Originally posted by B-Nez Maybe it's just me, but I wouldn't really care for sending $95.1K to a seller with 0 feedback!
All bidders had to be verified before they were allowed to bid. Bank account numbers were required, and who knows what else. Personally, I wouldn't give my bank number to anyone (except wife and work). I wonder how many bids they lost due to the verification.
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