Price for a 95 RT TT?

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Price for a 95 RT TT?

Post by DSMStyle » Tue Aug 08, 2006 5:50 pm

Over the last few months I've been trying to sell my Jeep and pick up a friends 95 RT TT. It's a dead idea right now with no one in thier right mind wanting to pick up a v8 that drinks like a fish. :lol:

He's looking to sell it since he hasn't drivien it mush more than 1000 miles in the last year and wants to finish his garage for his new house.

He's looking to bring it up to the cities to sell but he's got no clue what to ask really. Since some people on here seem to collect them ;) I was wondering if I coudl get some insight to what he could ask.

Black 95 RT TT w/ 99 Front end painted to match
approx 65k miles
DR 750 Turbos and basic upgrades such as Exhaust, HKS Intake I think, Y-Pipe, He's putting a new clutch in it before selling it. It drives fien now, but slips on higher power. I don't think he has anything for tuning right now. DVD/CD player with accompanied with a very nice sound system. He's an electrician and did all that work himself. Not sure what else I can list, but if there is anything that would be needed let me know.

It's been garaged over the past few years in a controlled temp enviroment up until last winter when it was in regular temp storage. I've driven it this summer on a test drive and it fired right up from storage and drove very nice. He has a nice set of rims and tires on it as well, but I don't know the name of either. Paint is very nice!

Any ideas?

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Post by curt_gendron » Tue Aug 08, 2006 6:34 pm

Its hard to say. A rough guess would be in the $10k to $15k range. The electronics and performance mods only add a little to the value. The mechanical condition and condition of the paint will play a bigger part in its value.

If I was in the market for another black 95 R/T TT, I'd pass on this one because of the extra electronics and the 99 front end. I'd be looking for close to stock and in mint shape.

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Post by DSMStyle » Tue Aug 08, 2006 6:45 pm

Mechanical condition is spot on that I could, and all the 60k service was done within the last 5k miles it was driven.

He was thinking the same thing about the electronics and thought about pulling it and putting in a nice CD player or even his stock deck.

I'm hoping he'll send me some pics fairly soon. More so hoping I can sell me Jeep first and buy it myself. :)

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Post by mjannusch » Wed Aug 09, 2006 1:29 am

I'd think he could get around $12,000 for it. The turbos are most likely DR-650's (you've got 'em as DR-750's).

Sounds like a nice car....
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Post by DSMStyle » Wed Aug 09, 2006 11:51 am

He's say's they are 750's but then again I haven't seen any receipts or taken time to look at the turbos or know what has all been offered by DR in the past as bolt on applications.

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Post by mjannusch » Wed Aug 09, 2006 1:31 pm

Considering that there's no Dynamic Racing turbo with a "750" designation, I think he might have it wrong. :wink:
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Post by Blitzkid » Wed Aug 09, 2006 1:33 pm

well there is, but I think that the 750's are the upgraded turbo they make/use on the turbo lotus esprit.
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Post by mjannusch » Wed Aug 09, 2006 1:35 pm

Blitzkid wrote:well there is, but I think that the 750's are the upgraded turbo they make/use on the turbo lotus esprit.
Those are DR-700L. 8)
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Post by DSMStyle » Mon Aug 14, 2006 8:23 pm

I asked him about the Turbos and he thought for sure they where listed at 750s (this is a few years ago when he bought them) but whatever the stage above the 650s where is what he got. I told him when he can to get some numbers off the turbos.

It sounds like he's gonna try and get as close to 12k as he can. Probably let it go for around 11 - 11,500 at the minimum.

I'm still hoping he wants to trade straight up for my Jeep :lol:

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Post by mjannusch » Mon Aug 14, 2006 9:04 pm

A few years ago, the biggest you could get was GTPro 368SX turbos. Other than that DR-650 or various hybrid turbos (DR-650 being the most popular).

Numbers off the turbos probably won't help much as almost all the TD04-based turbos are just bored out stock turbos with various wheels. :?
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Post by wishIwasFast » Tue Aug 15, 2006 4:26 am

John paid $11,100 for his '95 TT with 51K. At the time, it had HKS intake, HKS boost controller, RPS aluminum flywheel. John has since added a testpipe and an Autometer boost gauge. Book for a '95 TT with around 50K was mid-low $11,000 at the time he got it.

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Post by DSMx2 » Thu Aug 17, 2006 12:51 am

ohn paid $11,100 for his '95 TT with 51K. At the time, it had HKS intake, HKS boost controller, RPS aluminum flywheel. John has since added a testpipe and an Autometer boost gauge. Book for a '95 TT with around 50K was mid-low $11,000 at the time he got it.
Not really a good example, that car was the one for sale in Viking, MN and had a salvage title so that number is a little skewed.

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Post by veerfour05 » Thu Aug 17, 2006 1:19 am

I paid 9 for my 93 VR-4 in the fall which had a fresh motor, trans, transfer case, and turbos (9bs), I'd agree with Curt and say 10-15, if you're gonna make an offer on it I'd say around 12
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Post by 93LT1 » Wed Aug 23, 2006 5:31 pm

Though mine is older I payed $7000 for my black 91 RT/TT. Had 67K miles on it
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0-100 in 10 seconds
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