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I was bidding on a this car, o

I was bidding on a this car, offered by Bul motors in NY. The auction ended with me being the top bidder at $28,100.......reserve not met. He had a $41,900 Buy-it-now price. It has now been re-listed, with same pricing.

It appears to be in mint shape, 24K miles, red/tan, all tools and spare. I called on the car, at it is a one owner, with all records. However, when I asked about the major service, he couldn't find the records of this.

With a $41.9K buy-it-now price, I imagine the reserve would be in the $40K range. I feel that this is Mondial-t territory.

Comments?
 
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$41K is WAY WAY too much! and

$41K is WAY WAY too much! and without a documented FULL 30K service I say TOP $ is about $31-$34K if everything else is near perfect, no need of a repaint or leather work.

They are nice cars but the market is the market!
 
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I have to agree with you Henry

I have to agree with you Henry....pretty high price for a Mondial, apparently without service records for the moment. I've seen what looked like decent 308s that could be bought in the high twenties....so why would this Mondial be so much more?
 
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Jeff....3.2's bring a litt

Jeff....3.2's bring a little more money...and a Mondial Cab needs a 3.2...they are fairly heavy.

They are cool cars especially in Red/Tan...but still only bring low 30's in the real world.
 
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