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This is a serious question guys. I need all the opinions i can get. My friend is tryin to seel his 1997 SE-R for about $5500-6000. The only thing is there are payments left on the care. Near $7000 which makes the car what its worth with the cheap price, but with payments left. Would anyone go for that or what? Help me out guys...Thanks.

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Heck no. well it does depend on the milage and condition of the car. What I was saying is not to turn out upside down. If he sells the car for 6000 and he owes 7000, then he will be -1000. if he sells the car he will have no car and still owe 1000. I would keep the car, till I only owe 6000 then sell it for 6000.
Why would anybody want to sell an se-r anyways?
 

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I dont think he will turn upside down...Cause he would get the 6000 and the buyer would pay the 7000 left on the car.

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by nismo200:
I dont think he will turn upside down...Cause he would get the 6000 and the buyer would pay the 7000 left on the car.

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Since it seems you have everyone from here to Japan confused, let me try to help.

Are you saying he is asking $7000 plus $5500-$6000 (for a grand total of about $13,000)for the car? If you are then that is way too much. Book value for that car is around $10,000 I believe.

The buyer does not pay off his loan...When you sell a car that you have a loan on you keep the loan, which means whatever money you receive from the buyer pays off the loan and the extra money is yours to keep.

If the car is in decent shape he should sell it for book value, pay off the loan, and keep the amount left over.

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