^ Good luck with that
Wow!! If it was a cup with that mileage I could understand the price!
Even I agree that's a bit steep but if you don't try you never know
Have you guys looked at the condition, the engine bay...fuel rails etc, at only 35,000 miles & virtually a 1 owner(from 7 months old) it's probably one of the nicest V6 GTVs in the country.
If you like the colour, & I do, it's a rarer colour combo than a Cup + a Cup is only a V6 GTV with a body kit & a few other purely small cosmetic differences(but is an official factory Ltd Edition).
If people think the OP's Spider could/should be worth £5k ish why would this V6 not be worth a couple of grand more.
One other point I'd like to make is why do the majority of posters seem to advise buyers rather than sellers on price? We all like to buy bargains when possible but as owners who spend a lot of money maintaining and improving our cars when we come to sell wouldn't we all like to get as much back as possible?
Obviously I'm a little bit different as I retail cars for a living but if the prices go up, which they will/are then I'll find it harder to buy ready to go bargains as well as everyone else.
There will always be price differences for cars which on first impression seem similar but that could be due to the need for a quick sale or hidden work/repairs that don't show on a quick test drive etc.
The OP's Spider is worth £5k to someone & the V6 GTV at Joe Desira's is well worth £7.5k....as long as it's had a cambelt.