Yeah, I know. But WHO would've saved it either? It's not like it was a last year or the very last one or anything special.That's bonkers! 6 miles?!
Yeah, I know. But WHO would've saved it either? It's not like it was a last year or the very last one or anything special.
I wonder what it'll end up going for though.
Whereas this was the LAST Plymouth ever built, supposedly, with only 68 miles on it & it went for $19k:
It was also a nicer spec though & had a 5 speed manual too.
This Neon is currently registered as a Planned Non-Operation (PNO) vehicle.
Okay....MK4 R32's are getting stupid expensive (IMO):
I know, but still that's quite a bit of money....it's cool but it wasn't fast or anything like that.I don't think you can use that one as an example, really. That one is practically brand new (710 miles). Clean examples with appropriate milage for the age go for far less.
Wierd, auction bidding is abnormal looks fishy to me. First bid is 30K, then next bid goes to 75K, then the 77,777. I have doubts that the auction will result in a sale. There has been a new interest in this vehicle and they are going for good prices considering their age. Its hard not to like the MK4 R32 with its nice exhaust note and cool seats. One of my colleagues at work had one, bought it new, it was problem free mostly, trans let go around 30K miles and it was 5K to replace.Okay....MK4 R32's are getting stupid expensive (IMO):