There are 1,717, 458 coupe, in the SC Sage database. There are 60 on offer today.
The average market price for this model is $249,442, with 13,998 miles.
This specific example was last logged on SC Sage on June 1 2023, with 31,497 miles. It was first logged on Ebay in July 2021, with a buy it now price of $239,999, with 8,500 miles.
Looking at the Autocheck report, the vehicle has no reported accidents and 5 owners. This is enough owners to negatively affect price.
There are images of the car, in the SC Sage database, all the way back to July 2021.
This car may not sell here, unless the dealer wants to let it go for under $210,000.
Otherwise the market has many to offer.
Next offer is a no reserve, 43,000 mile, 2009 Porsche Turbo coupe. With manual transmission. In Black with Black full leather.
There are 5,166, 997.1, Turbo Coupe in the SC Sage database. Of these, 3,343 are manual transmission. There are less PDK than manual transmission in this model.
More than 10% of this build is Black on Black.
On the market are 86 coupe.
The average market price for this model in coupe, both transmissions combined, is $97,979, with 46,172 miles.
Using the SC Sage Market Value app, we find that in manual only, the average market price rises to $117,166, with 42,626 miles.
Digging into the full SC Sage database, this example was offered in October 2020, for $88,888, with 38,245 miles. And for as much as $119,898, with 41,554 miles in December 2022.
Looking at the Autocheck report, this vehicle has no reported accidents and 8 owners. This is more owners than is usually ever seen. Most recently with Montana registration.
This example would normally sit right in the middle of the market. And expect a price maybe as high as commanded in December 2022. But with so many owners, quality control is suspect. Offered with no reserve it will sell. Probably for under the overall market average price.
Offered up is a Porsche, 992.1, Turbo S coupe. With 610 miles. Carrara White paint, with Black leather interior.
There are currently 704 of this model in coupe, in the SC Sage database.
There are a massive 154 units in the market inventory. They are not selling quickly.
The average market price for the coupe is $267,248, with 4,039 miles.
This car was offered with 13 miles in January 2023, for $242,650. Then with 100 miles, the price jumped to $289,000, in March 2023. Now it appears on Bring a Trailer.
Given how many are available on the market. Unless the seller is willing to get a lot closer to, or maybe back to, MSRP. This car will not sell here.
We have a McLaren 600LT. A 2020 spider with 3,300 miles. Painted in Saros with Carbon Black leather and alcantara.
It is currently wrapped in Blue.
There are 361, 600LT spider, in the SC Sage database. There are 41 on the market today. Quite a high percentage.
The average market price for this model in spider is $250,839, with 10,226 miles.
Looking in the SC Sage database, this specific example has been on offer since March 2023. Priced at $279,950.
Looking at the Autocheck report, the vehicle has no reported accidents and 2 owners.
Although this car has less than average miles. It will probably not reach the market average price. If it sells, there are still plenty of others to choose from.
Offered up is a 2021 McLaren. 765LT. Coupe with 1,767 miles.
Outfitted in Nardo Orange, with Jet Black Alcantara.
There are 233, 765LT, in the SC Sage database.
Looking at the SC Sage database count, Nardo Orange is around 6% of the build.
The market average price for this model is $587,789, with 1,549 miles.
This car has been on offer almost continuously since June 2022. Priced from a high of $625,000 to a low of $479,999. It has added 61 miles to date, since June 2022.
The Autocheck report shows 1 owner and no reported accidents. But the car has made the rounds through several dealers.
It is possible that someone will pay more here, than the most recent public offer price of $479,999. But the seller has already chased the price down by $150,000 over the past year. So any smart buyer should not pay nearly that amount at this auction.
On offer is a 14,000 mile, 991.1, Porsche GT3 RS model.
Fitted in Lava Orange with Black leather and Orange alcantara.
There are 1,530 of this model, in the SC Sage database. An astounding 26% of the build is in this exterior color.
There are 53 units in the current market inventory.
The average price is $210,414, with 12,625 miles.
The Autocheck report shows 5 owners. This is quite a large number.
This is a car that should be sold with no reserve, or not here at all. It will certainly not hit the market average price. The seller should let it go for under $200,000 if they are smart about it.
We now have a Ferrari 599, GTB. Fiorano from 2007. With 24,000 miles.
Painted in Grigio Silverstone, with Cuoio leather.
There are 585, 599, in the SC Sage database.
The market average price for this model is $208,742, with 13,937 miles.
This car can be found in the SC Sage database, from December 2021. Priced at $165,000, with 22,845 miles.
This example has been converted to a manual transmission. It is offered with no reserve.
Looking at the images in the SC Sage database we can see this vehicle prior to the transmission conversion. Replete with paddle shifters.
The Autocheck report shows 6 owners and no reported accidents. It has been through some hands.
With no reserve someone will take this car away. Getting in around $135,000 would be a safe bet on a converted example.
Up next is a 2022 Lamborghini Aventador. LP 780-4. Ultimae Coupe. With 2,600 miles.
Covered in Grigio Acheso, with Nero Ade Alcantara.
There are 66, Ultimae, in the SC Sage database. With 18 units currently on the market. A high percentage.
The market average price for this model is $787,635, with 988 miles. The median price is a much lower $749,950.
This car can be found in the SC Sage database, from February 2023. Priced at $779,000, with 2405 miles.
By May 2023, the price had dropped to $729,000.
The car is being offered here at this auction by the same dealer who was selling the car, at that time,
With these cars, miles matter. This one is two and one half times the average. Enough that it probably will not get over the previous asking price of $729,000.