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Well I suppose they might get some buyer who really has to have those low miles--maybe they could squeeze $11.5K out of it. But that would be one of those cases that falls outside the bell curve. To me, it's just a used car, so the miles are to be viewed not as enhancing value, but as enhancing use. The Cobra of course, is another animal entirely--no Cobras in 1992.
I can help with this and I only need a few weekends
Never. There's no better place in the world. Why do you think the highest prices are in the nicest places? Hah? (Got you there, didn't I)
Well that's the Fed's poverty level---$24,000 a year for family of 4 (except Alaska and HI) . So $46K a year is just about $400 a week over that. A family of four on that salary---not so good for a technician with those skills.You need to get out of California.
Plumbers with a 5 year apprentice program make $50 an hour.
But seriously. No one, IMO, living in say Denver or Peoria is high on the hog on $46K a year. Oh, sure, you can knit your own iron pants from steel wool and harvest dandelions from the highway median, but really, $46K for a family of 4 is not a lot of money anywhere in the USA.
Fact is, wages for the average middle class person, adjusted for inflation, haven't risen in decades.
Without test equipment hooked up at the time of failure, there's no way to pin this down. At this point it sounds like you don't even know if you are chasing a fuel or a spark problem.
What did you do to address the P0135 trouble code?
Thought the crew here could appreciate this used car offering:The Demon is going to be in an entirely different price stratum than Hellcat. You're going to pay dearly for those extra horses. But still, under 10 seconds at the drag strip, right out of the box---that's impressive!
Saw the commercial for the new Demon and was curious to see what that is doing to Hellcat prices, which is when I found the above.