Lone Mountain Aircraft Recent Listings - June 27
2016 Cirrus SR22 G5 GTS - N743NX - $695,000.00
2017 Cirrus SR22T G6 GTS - N218HG - $825,000.00
2015 Cirrus SR22T G3 GTS - N704TE - $635,000.00
2008 Cirrus SR22 G3 GTS Turbo - N468CD - Call For Price
2005 Cirrus SR22 G2 GTS - N724CM - $249,000.00
To inquire about any of these aircraft, or for more information please call 1-888-566-3686
FYI, I, and I assume many others, skip an ad when it say "call for price".. Just list the price!
“Call for Price”’ is just an euphemism for “We don’t want to shock you with a a ridiculously high price, call us so we can talk you down when you get offended.”
Scott HolderFYI, I, and I assume many others, skip an ad when it say "call for price".. Just list the price!
If you're a buyer looking for a G3 turbo, that would be good news indeed, if many do indeed skip the ad. Less competition from fellow buyers for the sale. The smaller the field, the more likely your horse is going to win.
What a "no price" ad tells me at least is that the asking price (too low or too high) is out of line and would be a turn off, even though the unstated price is a fair offer made in good faith given the condition. If you might be interested in handyman specials or expensive mods or Oshkosh Winners and want to know more, make that call. If you find it's a bad-faith seller looking for a naive sucker to sweet talk you with a sorry sales pitch, hang up. Time invested - short.
There may be another explanation though, and the only way to find out is to call. My best purchase was on a no-price ad. The buyer bought his plane new and had no firm idea what the plane was worth used (which is why he didn't list a price), and I talked him into an immediate sale at my price and got a steal. Clearly, he didn't want to bother hiring a broker and just wanted enough, like a garage sale (which is what it was - for sale in his hangar). I was the only one who had called him to that point. It's like digging for gold - more work, but you might get lucky.
When I'm looking to buy a plane, call me "Prospector."
**N743NX - The Seller of this fine aircraft has decided to pursue other options. Lone Mountain is no longer representing this listing.
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