Sold Lexus Sc430 facelift model (B5 TUF )

Sly

Captain Chaos / Nocturnal Member
#64
I still think the IS-F will be trouble when it comes to selling - all those still up for sale from so long ago, some from main dealers and they can't shift them.
I agree with Tim here. There is something not quite right about the IS-F market. They don't seem to have found a natural ballance of price and demand . You would expect from any car that after a few years they reach a state of equilibrium, the price naturally sits with demand and cars start to move about, even expensive cars ...... But not these, not easily.
 

Sly

Captain Chaos / Nocturnal Member
#66
Well to start with you could give the van some love ........ Looks like a goo yard for parking bikes :laughing:
 

Mr Chris

Well-Known Member
#68
Loads to do, trim conifers, paint fence, jet wash and sand drive, give the van some love, that will keep you going until your new arrival comes !
 

Sly

Captain Chaos / Nocturnal Member
#76
Or one of these Sly - This could be Rich's new vehicle :laughing:

Way too posh ........ He can't pick parts up on that

What do you call a car dealer with no cars?
Unemployed :laughing:

What do you call Lexusman without a lexus?
You don't, no point in calling him as he has nothing to buy :laughing:

What do you call Lexusman without any lexus?
Whatever you want as he won't catch you in his van :laughing:
 
We shouldn't be mean really........ Rich is going to have to TUF this one out
 

Lexusman

Lexus specialist
#78
Way too posh ........ He can't pick parts up on that

What do you call a car dealer with no cars?
Unemployed :laughing:

What do you call Lexusman without a lexus?
You don't, no point in calling him as he has nothing to buy :laughing:

What do you call Lexusman without any lexus?
Whatever you want as he won't catch you in his van :laughing:
 
We shouldn't be mean really........ Rich is going to have to TUF this one out
Haha love that bro :laughing:

A tear in the eye Rich no doubt.
No I was ready or I wouldn't of sold it,plus it's gone to a good home
 

Alphard

Well-Known Member
#79
[QUOTE="Lexusman, post: 79177, member:

But the one I sold simon,that red was stunning and defo have one of those[/QUOTE]
Still is, mate.11 years old, 90k miles and still tight and clean underneath.

I agree with Sly on the ISF. If there were more for sale, they would reach that equilibrium. What we have, though is a stand off; buyers not prepared to pay asking price and sellers not prepared to sell at what buyers will buy. How do you value an asset in that distorted market?
 

Sly

Captain Chaos / Nocturnal Member
#80
I would like to know how many have been sold in the UK, and compare that with same value other marques
 
Sorry squash that ........ Not same value as that's a perception of price V reward .......... In the same price bracket
 
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