Hi Lotus Community. My wife owns a 2005 Elise and wants to sell it. She bought it two years ago from Steve Harris Imports in Utah, a Lotus dealer at the time. She saw it and fell in love with its size, shape and style. Who could blame her, right? So, she bought it and had it shipped home to the Northeast. Well, she hardly ever drives it; I don't believe she put more that 150 miles on it during the whole time she's owned it. Most of the time, it sits in the garage under its cover (the green and yellow Lotus cover from Sector 111), hooked up to the C-TEK battery maintainer. My wife finds it is becoming more and more difficult to get in and out of the Elise since she has very bad fibromyalgia and some days she cannot even get out of bed. I think I can safely say that the Elise is hard to get out of on a good day! So, she has decided that it is time to let the Elise go to another owner who will enjoy it more than she is able to. My wife asked me to inquire from the Lotus community what to price it at, so I am asking for some advice on a price for the Elise. The Elise is a 2005 model, built in December 2004 and the last digits of the VIN are 1575. It is Storm Titanium with the Touring Package, tan leather seats and black carpets. It has the soft top only. It has approximately 22,000 miles and has no mechanical, cosmetic or functional issues. It has the full clear film treatment, including the turn signals and the headlights. I replaced the original headlight covers with new Lotus headlight covers because they had faded and crazed, then I put on the clear film over the new lenses so they would not be damaged. I have had the car detailed twice since my wife has owned it and I maintain the finishes with Zaino products. The Elise really does look great and drives wonderfully. It is all original - no modifications whatsoever. Oh, wait, does the Sector 111 trunk bootie count as a modification? I bought that for my wife as a present for her Elise. Also, all the books, tools and soft top pieces, including the storage bag are present and accounted for. So, what should it be priced at so it will sell reasonably quickly? I understand that there are no more Elise's coming here. There are a lot of modified Elises and all original, unmolested ones are becoming more difficult to find. Besides, how many women Elise owners can there be out there? Your sage advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Joe.