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Old 06-02-2018, 02:46 PM
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Default 2018 GT3 Graphite Blue PCCB Buckets PDK

Year: 2018
Make: Porsche
Model: 911
Cont. Porsche Models: GT3
Mileage (numbers only please): 3900
Options (Please check ALL which apply): Airbags, Air Conditioning, Alarm System, Antilock Brakes, Cruise Control, Foglamps, Intermittent Wipers, Leather Seats, Power Brakes, Power Door Locks, Power Steering, Power Windows, Traction Control
Color: Graphite Blue
VIN: WP0AC2A97JS174416
Price (no $ sign please): $180000
Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (Region): West
Body Style: Coupe
Transmission Type: PDK
2 or 4 Wheel Drive?: 2 Wheel Drive
Engine Type: Fuel Injection
Stereo System: AM-FM CD

Hey Guys. I’m selling my treasured 2018 GT3 in Graphite Blue over Black Leather / Alcantara with Platinum Grey Stitching. I’m the 2nd owner of the car and purchased it with about 700 miles from a fellow Rennlister. The car is a beautiful build and is equipped with the following:

PDK

Graphite Blue

Full Leather

Extended Range Fuel Tank

PCCB

Front Axle Lift System

Bose Stereo

Leather Dash Trim (Looks Awesome)

Full Bucket Seats

Auto-Dimming Mirrors

Sport Chrono

Wheels Painted in Satin Black

LED Headlights in Black incl. PDLS

Seat Belts in Yellow

Storage Compartment in Alcantara with Porsche Logo

Fuel Cap with Aluminum Look Finish

This car was my daily driver and currently has about 3,900 miles on it. I have had zero track time with the car. Condition is near perfect; a few small nicks in the front lower bumper. Recently installed a brand new front lip so that is in great condition as well. In person, Graphite Blue is absolutely stunning. Remember, Graphite Blue was also recently discontinued making the color even more special. MSRP was $174,820. I’m asking $185,000 for the car. No tax, private party sale in most states. The car is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. Message me with any questions. Thanks!
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What do you mean by “no tax”? Won’t the buyer have to pay state sales tax upon registration and title?
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What do you mean by “no tax”? Won’t the buyer have to pay state sales tax upon registration and title?
buyer always pays tax
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Originally Posted by wanesso View Post


buyer always pays tax
What he means is you can write your own bill of sale for whatever amount you wish and pay on that agreed upon sales price.

That's why I only buy from private parties.

I pay a lot less in taxes than I would from a dealer where the transaction can be 'checked up on' at the local DMV.
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Originally Posted by Kevin5236 View Post
What he means is you can write your own bill of sale for whatever amount you wish and pay on that agreed upon sales price.

That's why I only buy from private parties.

I pay a lot less in taxes than I would from a dealer where the transaction can be 'checked up on' at the local DMV.

Dealers cannot get away with that...
That doesn't work in most states, as many DMV's just use a blue book value.

Some states like Arizona (and perhaps Nevada based on this ad) don't charge taxes on purchases from private parties. Simple as that.
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Originally Posted by Kevin5236
What he means is you can write your own bill of sale for whatever amount you wish and pay on that agreed upon sales price.

That's why I only buy from private parties.

I pay a lot less in taxes than I would from a dealer where the transaction can be 'checked up on' at the local DMV.

Dealers cannot get away with that...
There are several states that don't charge sales tax on private party sales, no fudging numbers necessary. That's what he means.
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Originally Posted by dewilmoth View Post
There are several states that don't charge sales tax on private party sales, no fudging numbers necessary. That's what he means.
Even better.

In Colorado, the tax is based on the bill of sale.

Sounds like states that do not charge tax on private party sales are doing what the rest of the states should do that currently don't IMO.

Why should we keep paying tax on a car that had tax paid on it when it left the dealer lot?

I don't agree with the way taxes are charged and collected on vehicles.

Good to hear these states operate this way.

Either way, the vehicle on the block is a real eye catcher and will make the new owner very happy I'm sure.

GLWS!
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Originally Posted by Kevin5236 View Post
What he means is you can write your own bill of sale for whatever amount you wish and pay on that agreed upon sales price.

That's why I only buy from private parties.

I pay a lot less in taxes than I would from a dealer where the transaction can be 'checked up on' at the local DMV.
so you buy a 180K car and what put down 50k on the bill of sale? No red flags? From the state or IRS?
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Originally Posted by gellie View Post


so you buy a 180K car and what put down 50k on the bill of sale? No red flags? From the state or IRS?
Exactly, love where this thread is trending...

GLWS OP - nice looking build.
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Originally Posted by Kevin5236 View Post
What he means is you can write your own bill of sale for whatever amount you wish and pay on that agreed upon sales price.

That's why I only buy from private parties.

I pay a lot less in taxes than I would from a dealer where the transaction can be 'checked up on' at the local DMV.
Hah! Commit fraud/perjury to save a few grand in taxes...
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Originally Posted by Archimedes View Post


Hah! Commit fraud/perjury to save a few grand in taxes...
And post about it here....
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Originally Posted by DocSean View Post
That doesn't work in most states, as many DMV's just use a blue book value.

Some states like Arizona (and perhaps Nevada based on this ad) don't charge taxes on purchases from private parties. Simple as that.
Exactly. That's all I meant. Some states like Nevada and Arizona don't charge sales tax on private party sales. Sorry for the confusion. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by akionan View Post


Exactly. That's all I meant. Some states like Nevada and Arizona don't charge sales tax on private party sales. Sorry for the confusion. Thanks.
TY. Did not know that! GLWS.
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TY. Did not know that! GLWS.
No problem. Yeah, it can be a very large savings depending on what state you live in.
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Or just title the car through a Montana LLC.
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