Thread: 2014 M6 GC Comp
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      07-02-2020, 05:28 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by thebmw View Post
Any price between $35-40k for the buyer is great for your M6. The 32K offer was someone who thought it was a must sell asap car. The people who offered 35-36K should have negotiated if they really wanted this car. This is, after all, a car that was $125k+!

I always find the psychology behind buying/selling interesting. GLWS!!
$136k sticker! And yes, I was reminded by a friend that there are probably a lot of people selling cars that are in a NEEED to sell basis. Thankfully, that's not me. I couldn't imagine offering someone $8k off a used car that's $40k. The $35k-37k offers don't bother me TOO much, I simply say this isn't a wholesale car. Everyone wants a deal and I get that. Part of the process
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