I went to check the G8 GXP Registry to see what combination your car is, and drop you a message with some advice. I am not seeing it under your screen name though. Have you gotten me the last 6 digits of your VIN, so I could get you all your specific production info? This would also help me to give you worthwhile information.Holy moly!
I always thought this G8 GXP had great potential for being a "collector car," not unlike the 1987 Buick GNX.
I guess such estimates as $40700 to $47800 with "there’s no downside to this car, and it will never get any cheaper," only help to confirm this inevitability.
Now, what is my 6600 mile M6 worth?
This phenomenon is all to real.....experienced it first hand when attempting to sell. I just told potential buyers, find a stock GXP like mine and then mod it for the difference....crickets........:laugh2:So far the GXPs with under 10,000 miles are fetching the most money. The more miles you have enjoyed your GXP, the more it will depreciate (that won't stop me from enjoying mine though). In addition, most people who contact me are looking for unmodded GXPs. They either intend to keep them stock, or want to mod them to their own liking. I tell folks all the time that selling a car with mods likely isn't doing you any favors. At best, you will see pennies back for every dollar you spent. You are better off keeping all stock parts, returning the car to stock before selling, and then selling the mods at a used discount to others trying to pinch pennies.
posted as a car to acquire this year