2021 Code Orange 35 Gen 3 Raptor

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I think you'd be surprised. The same argument can be said for dealers asking $25k+ over sticker. A lot of people think it is crazy but others gladly pay it.
I clearly said private sales above and I doubt I’d be surprised. I’ve sold every car I’ve had private sale and there’s always some bozo sending a 25-35% under list offer. The OP could have easily gone to a dealer and gotten more than the offer. If you can’t make a reasonable offer then keep it in your pants.
 

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I clearly said private sales above and I doubt I’d be surprised. I’ve sold every car I’ve had private sale and there’s always some bozo sending a 25-35% under list offer. The OP could have easily gone to a dealer and gotten more than the offer. If you can’t make a reasonable offer then keep it in your pants.
You do you and I'll do me. Reasonable offer is all subjective.

I'll continue to be the "bozo" that offers what I think is fair value, or in some cases, where I think I can just save a few bucks. You can continue being angry and pay full asking price.
 

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You do you and I'll do me. Reasonable offer is all subjective.

I'll continue to be the "bozo" that offers what I think is fair value, or in some cases, where I think I can just save a few bucks. You can continue being angry and pay full asking price.
So $13k under is reasonable? That’s not saving a few bucks and it’s something you’ll never get.
Post an example of a private sale purchase you made that was accepted far under the listing price. I’ll wait for the pictures.
 

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So $13k under is reasonable? That’s not saving a few bucks and it’s something you’ll never get.
Post an example of a private sale purchase you made that was accepted far under the listing price. I’ll wait for the pictures.
Asking just under msrp on a used vehicle? Sounds reasonable to me, regardless of the market.

My 97 12v Ram was listed at $17k and I offered $12k, which was accepted. $5k is 30% under asking for a truck with billet trans, 35's, 400whp, and some random other upgrades.

I get it, we disagree and that's fine with me. Time to let this thread be done.
 

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Asking just under msrp on a used vehicle? Sounds reasonable to me, regardless of the market.

My 97 12v Ram was listed at $17k and I offered $12k, which was accepted. $5k is 30% under asking for a truck with billet trans, 35's, 400whp, and some random other upgrades.

I get it, we disagree and that's fine with me. Time to let this thread be done.
First it’s not “regardless of the market” and second you give a terrible comparison and don’t even say if it was private or dealer.

You’re right.. best to be done because you’ll never admit you’re wrong. Continue being a bozo.
 

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First it’s not “regardless of the market” and second you give a terrible comparison and don’t even say if it was private or dealer.

You’re right.. best to be done because you’ll never admit you’re wrong. Continue being a bozo.
How is it a terrible comparison? It was a private sale as you had asked for. It's also a vehicle with a cult following that typically sells significantly higher than it should because of the demand and low quantity of clean examples left. Sounds pretty similar to this scenario.

There isn't really a right or wrong here as it is a matter of opinion. No need to throw a tantrum and call names.
 
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