Centennial Strad at Auction soon...

MaserDan

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Doh, I am at a football match without great signal, actually tried to bid £71000 within the last 30 seconds but didn’t realise it had to be in £500 increments by which time it took too long to refresh…..

Good buy though for whoever got it
 

rs48635

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Seller pays 5% +vat of sale price. So he’ll get 67k or so. Should have just sold it to Dicky!
But hey, you roll the dice, it could have made more on another day.
My thoughts exactly! Seems that a dealer was willing to pay more than buyer achieved here. Was he pressed by auction site to set such a low reserve?
 

Guy

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Cyclone1

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The thing is you don't need to research much to find where Auto100 sourced the car from and the price they paid. Just Google "granturismo mc stradale centennial edition" and it's the 4th result!
Exactly. Some businesses are happy to keep “moving money around”, even if it means the purchased assets remain static….
 

MaserDan

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Maybe they have priced based on being just less than the one at Kaaimans, but how long has that been for sale?

I see they have serviced it at Graypaul, I wonder if they have done the paint work too.
 

Ashventini

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I don’t think the registration year makes any real difference on the value of a red Centennial Strad.
The point is whether its a 2015 or 2016 red centennial its not worth £85K imo. I've seen ones of these go for mid 60's not that long ago. 2015 rosso magma with bit higher ,mileage (30K) but its wasnt in great shape, but neither was this.. Dont matter to any of us unless one is looking at buying it. If it was mint, its a super nice car for sure.