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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-23-2016, 09:48 PM Thread Starter
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2016 4C Coupe in Basalt - Fully Loaded - Asking $62,500 OBO

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For your consideration is this beautiful 2016 Alfa Romeo 4C Coupe with only 1,800 miles. The exterior is finished in basalt metallic grey with gunmetal wheels, red calipers and carbon fiber accents from the track pack including the mirrors and spoiler. The interior is perfectly matched with full black leather interior, red stitching and the carbon fiber interior package, which kicks the interior finish level up a notch by replacing the plastic dash surround, gear selector surround and air vents with impeccably finished matte carbon fiber. With the race exhaust this 4C is one of the best sounding cars on the road (hopefully you've had the joy of hearing it in person!).

This 4C has the perfect build, loaded with the best factory options and had an original MSRP of $72,245. All options are listed below and you can also take a look at the original window sticker for the list from the factory. Being offered here for nearly $10,000 under MSRP at $62,500 OBO in nearly perfect condition with 46 months left on the warranty. This is a great deal for anyone looking at purchasing an Alfa 4C.

Please note that I do drive this car a few times a week so the milage will change. This car is listed for sale elsewhere (ebay, cars.com, etc. - I'll update this posting when it sells).

Options

This 4C is loaded with nearly every available factory option including:

Basalt grey metallic paint: $700
Black leather with red stitching seats : $1,500
Black leather with red stitching interior (dash and doors): $2,000
Convenience group (security alarm, cruise control and backup sensors): $1,400
Carbon fiber interior (trim bezel, shift bezel, air vents and gauge cluster): $2,000
Track pack (carbon mirrors, carbon spoiler, leather/microfiber steering wheel and race tuned suspension): $2,300
Bi-Xenon headlamps: $1,000
Sport exhaust: $500
18" front / 19" rear forged wheels: $2,500
Alfa red brake calipers: $300
Alfa car cover in red with carrying bag: $400
Alfa battery charger (new - unused): $150

Included with the Sale

Everything that originally came with the car is included with this sale plus a couple of other items from the dealer including:
Original window sticker - laminated
Certificate of authenticity from Alfa in leather case
2 leather Alfa luggage tags
2 metal Alfa keychains
All owners manuals and leather cases
Stereo faceplate case
Original oil cap (in red box - aluminum cap installed)

Warranty

46 months and over 48,000 miles remain on the factory basic and powertrain warranties. This is fully transferrable to the new owner.

Condition

This 4C is in nearly brand new condition. I was only able to find 3 small marks on the front, each the size of a pencil tip, where the paint is marked from road debris. The paint is not full chipped in those locations, just a marked. The very center of the nose on the bottom has the normal rub marks, which you have to be under the car to see. Since the 4C is very low to the ground the nose will touch down at the slightest of inclines. This one has touched down 4 times, all at no speed going into our parking garage.

Other than those minor imperfections this 4C is perfect with no other known blemishes and no known mechanical issues what-so-ever. This car has always been garaged and has only been in the rain twice.

Inspections are welcome, contact me to arrange.

Pickup/Shipping

This 4C is located in downtown Louisville, KY. Pickup time/date must be cleared in advance, but I have a very flexible schedule so I should be able to accommodate any request. If you prefer to have the vehicle shipped you will be responsible for all arrangements and coordinating a pickup time/date with me and the shipping company. There is access for a car hauler.

Payment

Half of the original purchase price was financed with Chrysler Financial. Upon the $2,000 deposit being made via PayPal I'll request a payoff quote and have you send the payoff directly to Chrysler Financial and the balance to me via wire transfer. Chrysler will release the lien on the title and I'll take the title and the lien release to the KY DMV to have the lien removed so we can transfer title to you. Alternatively the purchase price can be put in escrow via escrow.com with fees being paid by the buyer, I'll payoff the note myself and when the title is ready we can complete the transaction.
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Some more images. Feel free to post questions here or DM me.
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And just a few more images. Here are the additional goodies included like the charger, cover and other odds and ends as well as the original window sticker.
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Price dropped to $59,900 OBO. PM for any additional details, to setup an inspection of the car, etc.
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The price seems attractive, and the car looks amazing.
I've never bought a car where the title had to be cleared first (financing removed). I'm sure it is not uncommon, but would be my only concern.
Anybody here have experience doing so? 4c-basalt seems to know the process as described above.

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The price seems attractive, and the car looks amazing.
I've never bought a car where the title had to be cleared first (financing removed). I'm sure it is not uncommon, but would be my only concern.
Anybody here have experience doing so? 4c-basalt seems to know the process as described above.

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I've never done it either, but I called the DMV and they walked me through it. Seems simple and quick enough. I'm happy to have the buyer put the purchase price in escrow and I'll pay the note off with my own money - then once the title is ready the funds can be released from escrow. I'd require the purchase price to be in escrow though as I don't want to pay the note off and have the buyer not have the funds to actually buy the car. It is financed at a really good rate and the cash can do much more for me not tied up in a depreciating asset.

I'm open to alternative suggestions as well if there is a better way to do it.
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Also, for anyone wondering - I'm only selling this car because it doesn't have a manual transmission. This is the first automatic sports car I've had, but I just can't enjoy the auto. I'm sure it is great on the track, but I only do track days on bikes so want to enjoy the car driving on public roads. A manual transmission is more challenging and fun for me personally.

Other than that it is nearly a perfect car. Fixes pretty much everything I didn't like about the Lotus (and looks absolutely stunning), but in the end I enjoy driving the Lotus more so I'll probably go back to an Exige.
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Looks lovely. Good luck with the sale.
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I'm still looking for the right replacement vehicle, but this 4C is still for sale. Lots of really low ball offers (under $50K), but no real buyers thus far.
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Also, for anyone wondering - I'm only selling this car because it doesn't have a manual transmission. This is the first automatic sports car I've had, but I just can't enjoy the auto. I'm sure it is great on the track, but I only do track days on bikes so want to enjoy the car driving on public roads. A manual transmission is more challenging and fun for me personally.

Other than that it is nearly a perfect car. Fixes pretty much everything I didn't like about the Lotus (and looks absolutely stunning), but in the end I enjoy driving the Lotus more so I'll probably go back to an Exige.
Instead of getting rid of the 4C give it another chance. Try driving it harder then see what you think. I don't see any replacement for it. Only trying to help. You'll also avoid those calls from parasites.
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