It's that fabulous color! Up until around 2000, people would say "oh, another blue/white GTS." Now they really appreciate it a lot more (as they should.)Bill Pemberton said:I don't think you will find a quality one in that price range. We have not had a 96 for over a year, and I have never purchased a average mileage, up to snuff, 96 for the price you are looking for. I am not trying to dissuade you, as this is only an honest assessment of the market, and this 8 year old car is becoming somewhat difficult to find in satisfactory shape. Realistically, the car seems to have gotten stuck in the 45-51K range, and I see no reason why that will change - just a supply issue at this point in time. Just my humble opinion,but hopefully it is somewhat helpful to your search.
PS - No , we don't have any 96s!
very good money considering what it will cost to fix it and what it will be worth when its done.Craig201MPH said:shit!
It ended up going for 37K That is good money!