Re: Have I overpriced my GTV?
It could be a bargain for someone, but that someone has to show some faith in your mechanical skills. If the rebuild was by a respected specialist there is comeback, the garage have a reputation, they have rebuilt scores of engines and know what they're doing, there's probably a year's warranty etc.
Joe Public doing the work means there is no comeback whatsoever, and a buyer will find it difficult to trust the work unless he knows you personally. The 300 miles is no miles at all, my sceptical nature would be telling me something isn't right with it hence shifting it on so soon after the work has been done. Of course, you didn't have to mention the work done, that's honest of you, although if the car was a write-off when you bought it you'd have to explain the situation to a seller at some point.
I think the price is keen, car looks in vgc, it's just the engine work that would put me off, and the fact that a specialist hasn't done the work.
Maybe you could take it to a club meet to let people check it over, hear it to get interest going? Is the car advertised on this forum? You could have links to the threads which show the work being done, and maybe add a video with sound so people can get a good idea of how good the car is?
Good luck with the sale anyway, hope the eventual new owner enjoys it.
Ex '99 6-speed 3.0 V6 GTV, now Z4MC