Wondering what the best way is to sell a highly modified 09 Z06? There are so many online options and not sure where to go for best results.
Bruno is correct. The mods will get you more than the "stock" price if done by a reputable shop with documentation but not likely to get more than 25% to 35% of what you spent. I would list it for sale on one or more of the "Corvette" forums with lots of pictures and detailed information. Look at other modded Z06's for sale to see what you are competing against. Good luck.
Hey Jeff When I sold my 08 Z06 I remember posting it on a Vette site and there was another Z06 same year virtually same mileage as mine even the same color but the main difference is he had the Lingenfelter twin turbocharger setup on his car, OH how I lusted after that twin turbo setup for my own Z06, the performance gains were incredible! Well anyway the Lingenfelter twin turbo setup was running at the time about 85,000 USD which is very close to what I paid for my whole car brand new. But in his for sale add he had all the specs of the car and I think I was asking 55K for my car and he was asking 65K for his car, my first thought is good grief that beautiful Lingenfelter twin turbo kit is worth NOTHING for helping the resale, that guy ended up taking one heck of a bath on that deal. It has been my experience with performance mods to cars is that they are OLD compared to what is out there TODAY and in most cases if people are going to do some good mods to their car most of them would want to do it all themselves, myself included! In reality if you can get 30% of your costs in the mods you did to your car back I would grab that deal. Good luck!Wondering what the best way is to sell a highly modified 09 Z06? There are so many online options and not sure where to go for best results.
FWIW, most guys I've seen with modded cars just like to have the power but never really use it. It's usually pretty easy to identify cars and drivers who use modded cars a 1/4 mile at a time as you suggest.For what it is worth I would never buy a modded car. One must assume that with those mods it was run 1/4 mile at a time. That's a bunch of runs for 13,000 miles. You get the idea.
One thing you may not consider is how much your testosterone level will be dropping when that car goes. I hope you have a replacement or you will be "limp(ing)" home.