While I've had this car for sale, I've had some offers and comments on the value of the car. I'm certainly in no particular hurry to sell this car. I am, however, curious as to what you all (as Dodge Turbo fans) think this car is worth. I have always been surprised by "book value".
First of all VERY nice car!!! I own a nice one too, but not as low mileage as yours. IMO and several of my long time SD owner friends concur, the CSX-T is probably the best looking of all the Shelby Dodge cars. With that said, two things seem to hurt the resale value of the CSX-T. One it had no powertrain enhancements. It is just the basic 2.2 Turbo I powerplant. Cast crank, weak LW rods, small Mitsubishi turbo, and a520 tranny, made for a ho-hum powerplant. I've read Thrifty decided not the intercool, so it would maintain its 70/70 warranty after they got done in rental fleet. In other words they would be easier to resell with a longer warranty. The second is the really pedestrian base interior. It received great brakes, suspension upgrades, and yet the seats were just neglected. Even the ES seats are way firmer and more supportive, let alone having the 89 CSX Recaro seats.
On the nit-picking side, the black shifter surround console also is a weird one. Why it is black and not painted like every other Shadow is beyond me. IMO, it looks unfinished. One of the first things I did to mine was repaint the shifter surround to match the console, so it looks like it wasn't an afterthought.
Here is a pic or two of mine so you know I'm not just flappin my gums (lol). I used to own a 16K mile GLHT. I sold it because it just was a garage queen & dust collector. Too low mile to drive or to alter, so what do you do with it besides maintain it and look at it?
Good luck with sale! He or she is a beauty.