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Selling the 2004 with 78,000 on the clock. I am going to look at 2006 RR Supercharged's. Any tips? I am pretty familiar with RR's.

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littlehandegan said:
Selling the 2004 with 78,000 on the clock. I am going to look at 2006 RR Supercharged's. Any tips? I am pretty familiar with RR's.

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I'd go 2007 if you can swing it, there isn't that much difference with price in the market.
 

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littlehandegan said:
Selling the 2004 with 78,000 on the clock. I am going to look at 2006 RR Supercharged's. Any tips? I am pretty familiar with RR's.

To buy or not?

how much are you asking for the 2004?
 

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Even though I have an '06, I'd probably go for an '07. Mainly, I don't think there's as major a diff btwn your current '04, w/ the '06, as much as it is btwn '04 & '07. But you didn't ask that did you? 8-0=
Anyway, '06 is nice. Still a nice interior. Make sure you get a late build '06,as some early builds were reported to have some gremlins still, but hopefully they've been taken care of by now.

You'll love the power. Very nice sound, and look, IMO.
 

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littlehandegan said:
2 questions. How do you find out the date of build? Also does anyone have access to auction pricing?
Just ask whomever your purchasing the car from. It's also located on the inside of the door jam.

I'm sure others will chime in, but BillyBeaumont had some info previously. Send him a PM.

Good luck
 
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