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2005 Elise Clean Title - 30,000

52,000 miles, sport and touring pack
Color matched hard top and black soft top
RBF600 brakefulid and Carbotech XP10 brake pads with stock calipers (stoptech lines available)
Quicksilver exhaust
Charlie X remapped ECU
ITG intake
Carbon fiber door sills, wing, gauge cover, intake box, shift tunnel, and side scoops
Diffflow rear diffuser
9500ci radar detector
Stock size JL Audio speakers with Alpine headunit

Clean title, text 2533558999


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Please follow the marketplace rules. Thanks.

*Marketplace rules*
No commercial posts whatsoever. This includes any posts from re-sellers, manufacturers, or anybody who could be considered a parts business. This forum is for Non-Commercial posting only, and any commercial sales posts will be removed by the staff. If you are interested in posting commercially or advertising your business on this site, please contact [email protected] for more information. Thanks!

1. No for sale threads with just a link to an eBay, Craigslist, or any other site ad. Take the time to actually make a decent for sale thread.

2. Pictures sell items/cars, please post pictures with for sale threads.

3. No "testing waters" threads, no "just wanting to see what I can get" threads, no "feeler" threads. Although itís acceptable to list an item OBO, or post an item and ask for everyone's best offer.

4. Discussion following the normal rules of the forums welcomed, but no comments on price allowed unless the OP specifically asks for it. Otherwise, take it to PMs.

5. If market place rules are not followed when posting a for sale thread, it will get deleted.

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Is the car in Seattle?
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Is the car in Seattle?
Car is located in Tacoma, which is a little south of Seattle.
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Please follow the marketplace rules. Thanks.

*Marketplace rules*
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1. No for sale threads with just a link to an eBay, Craigslist, or any other site ad. Take the time to actually make a decent for sale thread.

2. Pictures sell items/cars, please post pictures with for sale threads.

3. No "testing waters" threads, no "just wanting to see what I can get" threads, no "feeler" threads. Although itís acceptable to list an item OBO, or post an item and ask for everyone's best offer.

4. Discussion following the normal rules of the forums welcomed, but no comments on price allowed unless the OP specifically asks for it. Otherwise, take it to PMs.

5. If market place rules are not followed when posting a for sale thread, it will get deleted.

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For clarification, are you telling me, or asking me to update the post? I have high resolution photos of the car in Google Drive; forums don't allow for much quality
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For clarification, are you telling me, or asking me to update the post? I have high resolution photos of the car in Google Drive; forums don't allow for much quality
We don't like links to craigslist, ebay, etc. as explained in the first rule. Thanks.

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We don't like links to craigslist, ebay, etc. as explained in the first rule. Thanks.

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Key word in the first rule is "just":
"No for sale threads with just a link to an eBay, Craigslist, or any other site ad. Take the time to actually make a decent for sale thread."

My initial post has details on mileage, options, and modifications. The link simply serves to provide high quality photos for accuracy (in accordance with rule number 2, pictures do sell cars, high quality pictures sell cars with accuracy). I'll add some more details, that may help.
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Key word in the first rule is "just":
"No for sale threads with just a link to an eBay, Craigslist, or any other site ad. Take the time to actually make a decent for sale thread."

My initial post has details on mileage, options, and modifications. The link simply serves to provide high quality photos for accuracy (in accordance with rule number 2, pictures do sell cars, high quality pictures sell cars with accuracy). I'll add some more details, that may help.
I agree, and disagree. I didn't touch the photos link.

The wording on some of the rules should be changed, and I've brought it to the attention of others. For now it is what it is.

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Key word in the first rule is "just":
"No for sale threads with just a link to an eBay, Craigslist, or any other site ad. Take the time to actually make a decent for sale thread."

My initial post has details on mileage, options, and modifications. The link simply serves to provide high quality photos for accuracy (in accordance with rule number 2, pictures do sell cars, high quality pictures sell cars with accuracy). I'll add some more details, that may help.
I agree, and disagree. I didn't touch the photos link.

The wording on some of the rules should be changed, and I've brought it to the attention of others. For now it is what it is.

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Ah! I gotcha; Craigslist link removed then?
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Ah! I gotcha; Craigslist link removed then?
Yes, that's correct. Technically the way the rule reads you're absolutely right about the "just" a link. Again, there are several of those rules that I believe need to be rephrased a bit for the good of all, and I'll try to get around to it and get my fellow moderators to approve. The intent is for people to post a proper ad here, which you've done, and the Craigslist link is what we'd like to get away from. I should have clarified that earlier.

On another note, I believe if you have the patience to wait a bit, this truly is about the worst time of the year to sell. Most are trying to recover from the expense of the holidays, and others live in climates that don't have them thinking about sports cars just yet. GLWS and thanks for your patience.

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Yes, that's correct. Technically the way the rule reads you're absolutely right about the "just" a link. Again, there are several of those rules that I believe need to be rephrased a bit for the good of all, and I'll try to get around to it and get my fellow moderators to approve. The intent is for people to post a proper ad here, which you've done, and the Craigslist link is what we'd like to get away from. I should have clarified that earlier.

On another note, I believe if you have the patience to wait a bit, this truly is about the worst time of the year to sell. Most are trying to recover from the expense of the holidays, and others live in climates that don't have them thinking about sports cars just yet. GLWS and thanks for your patience.

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Not in much of a rush; one of four cars, trying to clear out the garage a bit. Tough to build a car when your garage is packed.

I suspect I wonít have much luck selling until sometime in spring, figured Iíd leave it up, perhaps find the right buyer.
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Are the stripes vinyl or painted?

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They appear to be vinyl.

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That is a good looking car!
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Bump, $29,000.
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Hi Tyler,
I really like your CF rear wing. Who makes it? Where did you find it?

GLWS! Nice looking 05!

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Does the "remapped ECU" mean that the car won't pass smog?
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Does the "remapped ECU" mean that the car won't pass smog?
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I can't say it'll pass everywhere, previous owner remapped the ECU and the vehicle needed an emissions inspection when I purchased the car ~1 year ago. Passed in Washington with no issues.

Only problem I have ever had with the car is the o-ring for the MAF sensor cracking from dry rot, this didn't really surprise me. Went to Toyota and got a replacement o-ring for like $2.40.
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