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I would be very dubious of this car back boxes are not correct ProDrive
Seems to be registered right with the DVLA, and that dash was only fitted to the Prodrive to my knowledge. Seems legit.
 

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It's not claiming to be a Prodrive is it?

Edit : it is in the description I See.

Just ask to see the certificate.

Overpriced imo.
 

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Hi guys,

First time posting on this forum.
The car was purchased in Nottingham at Chris Variava 4 years ago and had about 9000 miles on the clock.
It had 3 modifications at the time of purchase.
Front and rear parking sensors.
The Blue and me Alfa hands free kit.
And for some reason a new exhaust.
Compared to the other Prodrives on the market this has the best mileage and is still not the most expensive, the cars do hold there price especially with the miles so low as they are so rare.
There is room for negotiation in the price and I'd welcome anyone interested to come round for a test drive and have a closer look to clear any doubt.
I look forward to any other feedback you can provide.
I really don't want to sell this car but need to due to current work commitments.

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Colin.
 

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I would be very dubious of this car back boxes are not correct ProDrive
You can tell it's not the standard one either. As long as it's no worse than the Prodrive one it wouldn't necessarily put me off. It is odd though to replace it on a such a low mileage car, it certainly wouldn't have needed replacing through wear.
 

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Overpriced imo.
It does seem to be for a private sale.

I bet Veloce's wouldn't ask much more, and we all know about their prices.
But at least you're buying from a well known Alfa specialist with back-up if things go wrong.
 

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Ok so you would recommend I lower the asking price, I would let the car go for 14 if I'm honest.
I'm a genuine seller and not too clued up about cars, I worked offshore and bought a nice car, I'm not your typical petrol head.
Thanks for the constructive criticism I was told to go on this forum to help find an Alfa enthusiast that would take this car on due to the low mileage, I really don't want to sell the car but due to the current work situation I have to sell it for a works van. (Awful I know but that's where I'm at)
I am not out to rip anyone off and my valuation was simply based on what I've seen on auto trader.
I have had no problems with this motor at all and it will be a sad day when it does go.
So if yous do know an Alfa enthusiast that would take this car on then please send them this link.
Thanks.
Colin.
 

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Ok so you would recommend I lower the asking price, I would let the car go for 14 if I'm honest.
I'm a genuine seller and not too clued up about cars, I worked offshore and bought a nice car, I'm not your typical petrol head.
Thanks for the constructive criticism I was told to go on this forum to help find an Alfa enthusiast that would take this car on due to the low mileage, I really don't want to sell the car but due to the current work situation I have to sell it for a works van. (Awful I know but that's where I'm at)
I am not out to rip anyone off and my valuation was simply based on what I've seen on auto trader.
I have had no problems with this motor at all and it will be a sad day when it does go.
So if yous do know an Alfa enthusiast that would take this car on then please send them this link.
Thanks.
Colin.
Ring veloces see what they will give you for a trade in and add a around a grand that should see you about right for a private sale. You might get lucky of course but 14k is a lot to ask in a private sale when you can buy good low milers from a dealer for the same price.
 

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Thanks for the advice, I don't buy or sell cars regularly and have lowered the price to suit.
I would rather keep the car than go much lower than what it is at the moment.

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Very difficult to actually put a price on any Brera, a Prodrive one especially.
It's almost certain to be an Alfa enthusiasts that buys this particular model, and it only needs one of them looking for a good limited edition V6 and your car is then as good as sold.
The price now looks pretty good to me. The only other thing I'd say would be to add 'Prodrive' in the main title as that is the reason they cost so much more than standard V6s.
 
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