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It might not lower the value, but it may narrow the market selling a car. I traded my Civic for my IS300 at a dealer and I got book value for it. I had the OEM body kit and rear spoiler, installed by me but I didn't really get any extra for it. You just might not get any extra for the kit so you lose a little there. The reason you narrow the market of buyers is the everyone who likes IS300 might not necessarily like a particular kit. Also some buyers or dealers are concerned about the installation quality of kits and other mods, and how a modded car may have been "abused" by the driver.

I've seen several people put their cars back to stock, and then sell their mods separately when they trade off their cars. That's probably the best way to go.

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