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Interested to see how recent sales of 2004 XLRs were going on Ebay. So I click Advanced Search, then "only closed auctions" and I think

this list summarizes the recent sales.

The list seems to show that none of these XLRs sold; the price bid never reached the reserve in most cases.

The columns are not great, but show miles on the XLR, number of bids, and final bid.

Miles Bids Final

Reserve Not Met 49000 10 Bids $23,100.00

Reserve Not Met 47000 21 Bids $27,350.00

Reserve Not Met 52544 7 Bids $27,199.95

Reserve Not Met 24536 15 Bids $31,430.00

Reserve Not Met 16967 9 Bids $25,325.00

Reserve Not Met 36584 11 Bids $26,069.00

Reserve Not Met 52544 0 Bids $27,500.00

Reserve Not Met 22339 0 Bids $35,350.00

Reserve Not Met 49000 10 Bids $23,100.00

Reserve Not Met 2500 0 Bids $200.00

Reserve Not Met 11300 44 Bids $34,100.00

Reserve Not Met 47000 21 Bids $27,350.00

Reserve Not Met 61900 12 Bids $24,100.00

Reserve Not Met 13824 10 Bids $21,100.00

Reserve Not Met 52544 7 Bids $27,199.95

Reserve Not Met 24536 15 Bids $31,430.00

Reserve Not Met 1641 $47,998.00

Reserve Not Met 61900 10 Bids $20,599.01

Reserve Not Met 16967 9 Bids $25,325.00

Reserve Not Met 36584 11 Bids $26,069.00

Reserve Not Met 13824 8 Bids $30,769.00

Reserve Not Met 52544 0 Bids $27,500.00

Reserve Not Met 22339 0 Bids $35,350.00

My conclusion is that 2004 XLRs have around 33K miles (average).

The bids averaged around $27K, but we don't know the average reserve, except that it was higher,

and that none appeared to have sold recently.

A 320HP 2004 XLR for under 30K would be a sweet deal. http://www.kbb.com suggests that a 2004 XLR with around 33K miles should be priced at $33K-37K.

So the ebay numbers / failed sales seem to support the KBB data.

Bruce

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Heh heh!!! I'm not the only sick puppy out there.... I feel better.

I keep thinking one of these days, I'm going to swoop in and grab an XLR for reasonable money.... Since there won't be any more Eldorados, apparently...

These sellers are real stubborn though.

It's obvious dealers are offering nothing, because there's plenty around by private party....

And the dealers are just as guilty... huge prices. An 04, with miles... by now, that price should be sliding....

Now's not the time for me anyway, but I'm a little surprised there aren't more deals.

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The XLR just strikes me as a very special Cadillac. It has not sold very well, it has huge depreciation, and a lovely V8 engine. I am hopeful that I can talk myself into a great deal on one along the way.

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Yeah, they are nice... Kinda pricey for what they are, but obviously, I have a weakness for Cadillacs....

My long range plan would be to find a "regular" one, buy it real cheap, and throw the V-Series hood & grille on it....

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  • 1 year later...

The XLR just strikes me as a very special Cadillac. It has not sold very well, it has huge depreciation, and a lovely V8 engine. I am hopeful that I can talk myself into a great deal on one along the way.

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Amazingly, I was just able to buy an 04 XLR with 29K on the clock for 28K from CarMax of all places.

Originally a California car, it seems to be in good shape and with a clean Carfax.

Probably next year prices will continue to drop but this one was in my price range.

Now to change all the fluids....

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