I need the garage space, so I've decided to drop the price on the Black JPS Subaru coupe from $43,750 to $39,750. Here are a few pictures and a link to all the details, photos and a 23 minute cruising video in the foothills.
$40 does seem to be the cutoff. I bet it sells quickly now.
Wow. That’s stunning. Well done.
I received a deposit today, so the Black JPS Suby coupe sale is pending. The buyer is getting a really nice car for a very good price.
Yeah buddy. That's how we like it. A great car. A great deal.
Unfortunately, after making a deposit the buyer has changed his mind, so it appears the car may still be available. He claims he read that "the JPS company is defunct." He's missing out on a great car and a great price.
As harsh as it sounds I write a Bill of Sale inclusive of Non refundable deposit to alleviate this.. If a potential buyer has a problem with that then you know they aren't sincere.
I want that coupe so bad it hurts. I hate that you lowered the price. You cost me most of yesterday afternoon thinking about how I could buy it. LOL. Good luck Troy, you will find a buyer soon.
He claims he read that "the JPS company is defunct."
Hope you steered him to put an order in with SAS! So much for doing his homework before laying down a deposit! Even a **** with google would find their active site - https://www.jps-motorsports.com/
That is a great deal for a JPS Coupe!
After speaking with him, I believe the sale has been resurrected. He had a lot of misinformation from some old SOC posts.
To be honest I don't know why that would even matter. JPS isn't going to stand behind this build anyway. And the bits and pieces that trim out the car are available at a variety of places.
Technically speaking Vintage Speedsters is out of business even though the operation was purchased and moved to a new state. It won't affect the re-sale for any of their previously built vehicles.
Did it sell?
I think so. I'm waiting on a payment that should arrive by the end of Tuesday.