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Old 02-27-2005, 11:01 AM
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Used GT2 prices - near $100k yet?

What is the best price you can find for GT2's these days? I don't mind years or miles, but it would need to be well maintained / serviced.

I am considering a number of options to my tt, including a GT3 or a 360 / 550. I know these cars have different personalities, but they all have aspects which appeal to me.

I have never driven a GT2. Is it too much of a beast to have fun in without danger of killing yourself? lol

If you saw my GT3 thread, you know I am casting about for the right direction.

also...how low does a stock gt2 sit? ride harshness compared to stock tt? to gt3? tia
 

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Just go test drive a GT2. It is way different than either of your cars. If you try to push it to the limit, however, it will bite you in the ***.

Just go buy a nice one in the $120's range and enjoy it. If you don't like it, just sell it and get something else. I don't think you can find any decent ones for anywhere near $100K and I hope it never gets there, because the car is too good and too rare to be beaten up in value like that. If you found a high mileage one you might be able to get in at the $110-115k range like the silver one in Florida. But something makes me think there is something wrong with that car since it has switched owners so often.

There is no way I would sell my car anywhere near that range. Pricing on these things is also somewhat arbitrary, these things can easily have a 20-25% price variation.
 
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low mi 02s 130ish--03s high 130s--04s 140s i paid 142 for a 600mi cpo 1 owner car last july but thats history. A Ca. dealer offered me 125 and would retail it for high 130s with 5k. mi I didnt buy it for investment i bought it for fun and its fun. Very diff than my GT3. carl
 
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If you can find an '04 for $140K, Watt and (possibly myself) would be all over it.
 
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At least i got 2 out of three. Where is the 04 market? carl
 
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It seems as if the market for the GT2 is getting stronger, (according to my dealer).

The cars seem to be out of the hands of the speculators now.
 
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Here's a GT2 for sale. Don't know the owner personally, but I have a feeling he takes good care of his cars.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...sPageName=WDVW
 

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Or there is the Euro 01 GT2 in NorCal that is in the 90K's.

Earlier discussion Watt's GT2 Thread, here is the Ebay Page, and here is the Main Page,
 

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