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Doubt he'll get 31k for it - unless someone -really- wants that color. Looks nice tho, seems well-maintained.
 

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Well, he may say he won't take less than $31K, but the starting bid level is $29995 ($30K) and he's not selling with a reserve. SO I believe his listing agreement with ebay says he has to take the $29995 bid if it's made.

Bid 29995.
 

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I dont know guys....that car looks really clean, low miles....and I personally love that color. I would buy it for $31 and not look back.
I was with you until I saw the red interior....ugh.
 

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Love the color, but red seats with green? My Elise was under $30k, but had 14500 miles, and now already passed 16300 miles in barely two months. It is SO much FUN to drive!

This one looks gorgeous... it is work $29995, everything on it looks spotless. My diffuser definitely isn't that shiny! Nor are my wheels...

If you can't live with the doors and seats, Lotus Trim shop can send you black ones, or Biscuit, Magnolia, or even a light grey. You could also trade the seat and door covers to someone with a Storm Titanium Elise...

Join the Racing Green brethren!
 

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$31k seems too high for a car that's essentially stock. A price in the upper 20's seems fair for the red one due to the list of modifications and very low mileage.
 

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Since both have such low miles, I think both are priced accordingly. Especially if you like the colors.
The red one has a lot going on (almost too much)
the green one not so much,
but I can see either of them appealing to certain buyers, and good buys if those are the specific color scheme you're looking for.
green one looks like it's got a fair amount of front-chin scrapeage, but otherwise clean.
 

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Since both have such low miles, I think both are priced accordingly. Especially if you like the colors.
The red one has a lot going on (almost too much)
the green one not so much,
but I can see either of the appealing to certain buyers, and good buys if those are the specific color scheme you're looking for.
green one looks like it's got a fair amount of front-chin scrapeage, but otherwise clean.
Yea, the red is what I like, but he wants 32k for it. Plus 1k for delivery. A bit too rich for my blood. :( It attracts both the cops :) and everyone else. LOL
 

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Call me an old fart but BRG=British=Made in heaven.

As far as the red goes...the motorsports cars have red interior with yellow exteriors...the green/ red is plenty cool for a little weird car like the Elise.
With that said, you can have trim shop make you what would be an entirely new interior...for less than $3k...or you can buy a black interior....without too much trouble.

Anyway, I like BRG. I think it suits the car amazingly well....perhaps even better than my beloved CO.
 

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BRG better value

FWIW, the Green one has a hard top, that's worth about $2,500 by itself.

I don't see any mention, visual or otherwise of an HT on the red one.

The price for the BRG is competitive, given miles, condition and options.

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