Don't forget to send coupe information to me for The Coupe Registry!!!! The Coupe Registry can be found under the General Solstice Discussion and then Solstice Coupe Discussion and then The Coupe Registry
Looks like coupe #1080 is now on BAT. Just 118 miles GXP Automatic. Ends in 7 days
Bid for the chance to own a 118-Mile 2009 Pontiac Solstice GXP Coupe at auction with Bring a Trailer, the home of the best vintage and classic cars online. Lot #69,157.bringatrailer.com
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With such low miles, it has sat around for a long time!! Check to weatherstripping, You will need new tires asap, did the previous owner have it serviced occasionally. Just my thoughts is 27/28 thousand for it. Others may disagree.
I think a car Like that has two buyers: Museum Collectors and those who want a ‘like-new’ Solstice to drive a lot. Both need to have extra cash.
more info on # 1080 here -> Road Trip! - going to look at a coupe - what questions...
You are sure talking about a different variety of cars. If your just looking for a collector, then whatever you decide obviously is your choice. Our kappas are best when driven and enjoyed!Thank you for your input, y'all! I, too, was figuring that this car would see $30k at the minimum. I'll likely throw a bid out there at some point next week, but I certainly don't want to bid against any of you, if one of you have your heart set on this low mileage example. I'll be honest, right now I'm cross shopping this particular 118 mile 2009 Solstice GXP, a 938 mile 2017 Chevy SS in Phantom Black Metallic (my least favorite color, of course), and a 25,236 mile 2006 Trailblazer 3SS 😩😩😩
Decisions, Decisions. I want them ALL!!!
I've always loved the Kappa Coupes 🙂 I have to make my mind up quick, but whatever I decide on, you can bet I'll be daily driving it and enjoying it! I'd love to get my hands on #1080, however, the uncertainty of the auction is in play. It's different when it's just a for sale listing.You are sure talking about a different variety of cars. If your just looking for a collector, then whatever you decide obviously is your choice. Our kappas are best when driven and enjoyed!
I had no idea that they also charged a fee at the end of the auction, but I guess maybe I should have figured that! It's getting a little rich for my taste! 😂Also keep in mind that BAT charges the winning bidder (if reserve is met) a 5% fee so at 30K that is another $1500 on top of any State Sales tax you will have to pay. Just something to keep in mind.
If you do go for it I wish you luck. I will not be bidding on it as my coupe is for sale just to thin out the Pontiac herd.
Here's the link:Ah I see, good morning. The info they offer me is just 0 new comments in last 6 hrs. So kind of dead for me.