2004 Chrysler Sebring convertible

Asked by Mintgem69 Mar 20, 2018 at 04:33 PM about the 2004 Chrysler Sebring Touring Convertible FWD

Question type: Car Selling & Trading In

How much would you sell a 2004
Chrysler Sebring 2dr convertible
with a top that will need to be
replaced and the rods are
knocking on 179K motor.
However, the body, interior,
heat/AC, windows, inside electrics
are all in good working order.

5 Answers

1,065

IF YOU GOT 1500.00 TO 2000.00 YOU SHOULD SELL ROOF IS ABOUT 1000.00 MOTOR COULD BE 3500.00

Please let me clarify what your advising me GuruYQC64, the selling price tag you would put on the Sebring to get rid of it would be $1500-2K? I have people telling me that I will be lucky if I can get $300 - $500 at the most..

1,065

YOU SAID OTHER THAN TOP AND MOTOR ALL IN PRETTY GOOD SHAPE YOU CAN ALWAYS LOWER PRICE HARD TO GO UP IN PRICE THINK 15 TO 2000 AS LONG AS IT IN GOOD SHAPE.THERE GOOD CAR IF YOU CHANGE OIL EVERY 3000 MILES.GOOD LUCK SELLING WHY DONT YOU FIND GOOD USED MOTOR PUT IT IN AND DRIVE NOT A BAD JOB.

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Thank you for your advice and Recommendations I really appreciate your help with this.

339,955

That car is worth less than a grand but good luck.

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