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So I'm kicking around the idea of selling my turbo rs1 and possibly my other rs1. My main question is I have no clue how to price my turbo rs1. I have so much in it I don't want to even think about it.

2018 rs1 with built 1000 engine, turbo kit, tuned on 13psi. Made 183whp on 93 fuel. Air to air intercooler, fully clutched, reducted trans 12/12/12, prp seat, full cage, full turbo s long travel setup with fox rc2.5 built by fcr shocks, 75" wide and stretched to 86" wb, 32" sticky nityos on vision bead locks,limit straps, bumpers, winch, 1/2 skid, eibach sway bar, billet rear hubs and turbo s brakes. And much much more. That's just the top of the cake. I'm trying to figure out how much to list it for. Don't remember the miles or hrs I would have to look. In these pics it's on different wheels and tires but you get the idea.
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Never thought I would sell it but I bought a turbo r 4 ultimate and have been thinking about buying a pro r 2 seater to replace this rs1. Just have no clue what something like this is worth. Pretty much the whole chassis and suspension is fresh with under 500 miles since that all was done and buggy was gone through. I literally probably have 40k in this damn thing. But I know it's not worth anything close to that. I'm seeing nice clean basic bolt on rs1s going for 15 to 16kish.
 

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Hot damn that's a nice machine. Pricing of something so heavily modified is like any other "toy", it's worth whatever someone is willing to pay. The key is getting it into the right market to sell.

Pricing is so all over the map right now with inflation and lack of availability, you actually might do pretty well.

If it were me, I'd aim high and let someone offer you less than asking price and go from there. Put it up online with national access for $30k and see what happens. What do you have to lose? No harm if you get no bites at $30k, you can always lower the price.

Be willing to work with the buyer and arrange shipping the unit, and you'll open up the ability to sell to anyone in the country.

Just my 2cents.
 
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Awesome build. I could see making a case for 23 / 24k. I know it cost more to build, but I guess I would be looking at it like any other modded turbo model of that year. Good luck with the sale.
 

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nice modified RS1 cars are hard to sell. You have to find that perfect buyer. There is not alot of want for the RS1 in the first place then you add in the modifications MOST sxs owners do not understand or know how to maintain which scares them away. Its sad but our sport is full of a bunch of cake decorators who think blinking lights and loud stereos constitute a "build".

good luck with your sale it will take time but you should find that right person.
 

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Just a thought....If you have a lot of the stock stuff still, you may want to put it back close to stock and sell the goodies separate. Don't know if that would put you ahead in the long run or not.
 
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