We want to start downsizing for my wife's pre-retirement planning in about a year or so, so we decided to start with this one. I've been talking about it for the last year, but just can't seem to be 100% ok with letting it go. Probably never will be, but gotta do what's right for us.
Car in question: My wife's 2002 Camaro Z28, auto, 2.73 gears, ebony cloth interior in very good condition. About 29 mpg if you're easy on it on the highway. 74,667 one-owner miles. No wrecks and never raced or abused. Owned since new. Well maintained. Stock as a rock. Had the infamous glue bubbling top issue a couple of years in and entire top replaced under warranty. No bubbling. Added a Firebird power antenna and SLP grille, and blacked out rear panel just because.
I know KBB and other venues offer prices all over the map. Not looking to buy a new car, so I'm not considering trade in, but we'd like to sell it because basically we don't drive it very much anymore. Not that it's a pile of crap- on the contrary. I'd hop in it and drive it anywhere. It's kind of a fun car, but we have 2 other Camaros, my truck, and her Caddy Wagon CTS...just too many cars.
Everything works, no SES codes, all stock. Starts every time, willing to go anywhere. Wife didn't want T-tops, so it's a solid top car. I know that's kind of rare and of no value, but hey, no top leaks!
I'm thinking of asking $6,250. Is that a fair place to start? All opinions welcome.