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My buddy is looking at a 2004 Mamba in 2004 how much more was this package? The car has 3800 miles on it Kelly blue book says excellent condition is about $46,500. The car is at a dealer what should he offer for the car ?
 

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The Mambas in 2004 had red interior panels, red deviated stitching in seats and red accents including badging. That price isn't too far off. Low 40s is a great price for low mileage like that. Where was car from?
 

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This car is at a dealership in northwest Indiana an they wan $52,900 for it . We were wondering how much the mamba option was when the car was new. How much does it effect the resale value?
 

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Kelly blue book is always way low on Vipers. NADA is closer. Black Mamba is a pretty desireable model, only 200 ever made. White Mamba is even more desireable by many. I would guess 47 to 48 is not a bad deal. 52 is on the high side, but not crazy.
 

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white mamba most, black second, silver least.

If the car is clean, and original with no paintwork, and he can buy for $46k. BUY IT..... now...

Ive seen low mileage (under 5k) white Mambas bring 52-55k within the last year. They don't pop up often.
 

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I just lowered the price on mine to 47,500. I've only had 3 calls at 49k. I didn't think it would be hard to sell a White supercharged Mamba.
 

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I bought my white mamba from a dealer for 51k shipped to my door , 3 years ago . the Car had 3200 miles on it.. You can find deals if you take your time
 

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Kelly blue book is always way low on Vipers. NADA is closer. Black Mamba is a pretty desireable model, only 200 ever made. White Mamba is even more desireable by many. I would guess 47 to 48 is not a bad deal. 52 is on the high side, but not crazy.
KBB and NADA means almost nothing in the Viper market (for a limited production vehicle). Actual retail is based on market value (what other Vipers are selling for considering mileage, condition, etc.). If he's interested in a stock, one owner, pristine Commemorative Edition (only 100 made) with 6,500 miles, send me a PM.
 

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