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Hey All! Would love thoughts on whether or not this BaT auction is a good deal?

For context, here is my other post on my buying journey, though I have also discussed it elsewhere.

The care looks gorgeous and seems to be in great condition, cared for well. From what I have seen in the market, I feel like this car is really worth ~$65k all in (tax shipping etc). If I could get this for $57k or under I would be floored.

Can anyone help by agreeing/disagreeing based on your understanding of the market? I am very close to bidding and want to make sure I am thinking through this right.
 

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Any feedback is helpful! Ends at ~5:30pm EST today and want to make sure I am getting the deal I think I am...
 

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$66k is more than I paid for my new 2020 four months ago.

But I understand the market has gone nuts since March... 😆
 

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BaT is only good if the reserve is low or not at all, plus factor in the 5% BaT auction charge to the buyer in your final price calculation. If you want a GT350 look at AutoTrader for a Private Seller. No bidding reserve, no 5% fee, and the opportunity to dicker down the price with the seller.

Right now you can pick a 2020 GT350 HEP with 4K miles for about $70k. Less than what dealers were selling them for with markup. There are 2 other Private Party GT350‘s for about the same price and mileage. I think the HEP is the better buy for future resale value.
 

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looks like it is already at 60k
Hi... I just listed my 2016 GT350 on auto trader. It’s a one owner car with only 5K miles. It’s shadow black and is show room ready.
 
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