I am thinking of selling my 1991 Dodge Stealth Twin Turbo with only 46000 miles. Car is all original and in imaculate condition....probably one of the best original stealths left. The stealth is black with red leather interior and has all available options. No accidents, no rust, never been driven in snow. Still have the window sticker and bill of sale. Any ideas what it's worth or what I should ask for it??? Thanks!
A friend bought a '93 Stealth TT with 36k miles in mint condition for $6k about 5 years ago. Since then, they've achieved "classic" status for being more than 20 years old. Can't say I've seen any sell at a higher price because of it though.
I paid $10,700 for my 92 RT/TT. 28,688 on the clock. It was near perfect and totally stock. No show winner, had surface rust underneath, SRS light on and 2nd gear synch going. He had it for sale at 15k for over a year.
Shooting for almost completely stock. Smart and nearly invisible upgrades to make the ultimate GT cruiser the platform will allow.
Mods: Latitude 42 HID projector conversion, Snake-Eyes headlight controller, Renegade Tech Works full 3 stage ECS, Full interior Dynamat (the right way), Fuel pump relay bypass, Poly front and rear motor mounts, Tein S Techs, R1 Concepts cross drilled/slotted rotors, gutted pre cats, K&N drop in filter.
White 1992 Stealth RT/TT (Stock)
White 2011 Ford Crown Vic (Company Car)
Another German toy on extended leave with me by it's owner.
Its a Buyer's market right now. I've bought 5 3/S's in last year. Total I've paid for all of them $4600.
Your car is rare. And in this current market these cars are getting swept up pretty quickly and scrapped (I'm responsible for 2 in the last year). It's almost worth holding on to them at the moment. But if you must sell in this market, I wouldn't expect to see over 10k
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