Thinking of selling my 308
I'm thinking of selling my 1978 308 GTS and would prefer to give an enthusiast an opportunity before I advertise it openly. Nothing against the general public mind you, but I'd like to see it go to an appreciative home. This is the only forum that I frequent and judging by the classified ads here, it may not--- errrrr---well, you know---be the hottest place to sell the car. So I could use some advice on where to start and how much to ask--although I've pretty much decided it should be worth about $25K.
The car: 1978 308GTS, 62,xxx miles. Black on black, with recent correctly reupholstered seats. Runs like a Ferrari should--neither burns nor leaks any oil, holds good oil pressure, does not overheat, runs and starts like a top, all instruments work (even the clock), power windows work, but are slow. I chose the carb version because I enjoy working on cars and it lends it self well to that. The downside is that I don't have a pile of service receipts because I do all of my own work, as did the previous owner. I have a used set of belts and tensioners and a single valve shim and prima facia proof of maintenance plus a couple of new sets of valve cover gaskets, oil seals, etc. in anticipation of the next belt service, but that's about it. My belt change experience is on record in the 308 section of this forum.
It is not critical that I sell the car, but I sure could use the room and would appreciate any and all advice.