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scuderia value,

Like to know what the value of low mile Scuderia
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Like to know what the value of low mile Scuderia
Scuds range from 155 - 200k

Depends on options / cf package / color / condition - the better they are the closer you get to 200k. Have seen some really nice low mileage ones at 180k

What doesn't make sense is a Stradale selling above the Scud - my guess is the depreciation of the Scud is gone.

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Scuds range from 155 - 200k

Depends on options / cf package / color / condition - the better they are the closer you get to 200k. Have seen some really nice low mileage ones at 180k

What doesn't make sense is a Stradale selling above the Scud - my guess is the depreciation of the Scud is gone.
I seen Scud at 210k and up , i can,t understand a Stradale is highter then Scud. the Scud is a way better car overall
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2009 includes the U.S. carbon package, for a 2008, that was an option. Includes: Front carbon headlight surrounds, front carbon lip, rear carbon diffusor.

Mileage over 10k miles will take a hit. Perfect 2009 with under 5k miles, and with stripes would probably be worth 200k. After that, deduct $2.00 / mile. Decuct $8k for a car with no stripes. Deduct 10k for a 2008 vs. a 2009. Deduct $10k for a 2008 without U.S. carbon package.

Cars in White, silverstone, and red usually are worth more, and command higher asking prices.

Make sure the car has no yellowing or faded carbon in the engine bay, not under warranty anymore, so added expense to you. Make sure the headlights have no hazing or spiderwed craze inside, as this is not cheap to fix either, and new headlights are very expensive.

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I seen Scud at 210k and up , i can,t understand a Stradale is highter then Scud. the Scud is a way better car overall
I don't know about 210k selling but it's not unreasonable especially in spring.

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I don't know about 210k selling but it's not unreasonable especially in spring.
just getting harder to find a good scuderia these days
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Found a scud for 157k with 26k miles, does that sound like a good deal?

Anything particular to look for when considering a higher mileage scuderia?

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I seen Scud at 210k and up , i can,t understand a Stradale is highter then Scud. the Scud is a way better car overall
Define "better". A 550 is technically a better car than a Daytona, so why is the Daytona 10 times the price?

The CS is a car many people prefer over the Scud. Reasons can be: fewer built, much better sound track, better looks etc. Personally I think the Scud looks better, but most people seem to prefer the CS.

I think the prime reason for the higher price of the CS is much lower production numbers.


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Define "better". A 550 is technically a better car than a Daytona, so why is the Daytona 10 times the price?

The CS is a car many people prefer over the Scud. Reasons can be: fewer built, much better sound track, better looks etc. Personally I think the Scud looks better, but most people seem to prefer the CS.

I think the prime reason for the higher price of the CS is much lower production numbers.


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I think the CS has aged well. But unless you're on full wot the whole time, the gearbox feels extremely clunky. Combine that with the lack of performance (by contemporary standards), it's more of a looker than a driver.

Does that make it better or worse than a Scuderia? I don't think so, I really think it depends on what the owner wants to get out of the car. Like for me, I don't need it to be the fastest machine on the road, but the day I got smoked by an RX7 on the highway, was when I called it quits with my CS I needed a machine w respectable performance and the Scuderia has that.

At times when I see a CS I do get an urge to want one again, then I sit in one and drive it on the road and the novelty completely wears off. On the track though it's quite a fun machine to hustle around with, and feels light and agile around the corners...but then do you really want to put so much strain on those timing belts? old gen brakes?
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Nobody could summarize the CS better than Alwin


16M prices start to go a little higher in CH too, this 100K more than a 16M has ever sold for before here


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