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Old 01-04-2021, 04:00 PM   #71 (permalink)
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It is possible that the Focus owner could afford to park the car indefinitely more than renew the registration, but it seems more likely that there was a mechanical issue, so they put off doing anything about it.

It would absolutely make sense that their grandmother barely drove it and passed away, but why not say so?

The $1,400 Civic is now $1,300.

The crazy girl told me that her Accord coupe isn't available anymore.

Why? I didn't respond to her previous message.

Her ad is still up, but then again, she lies and acts unstably.

I am just sad that a once-good Honda needs to suffer!

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Old 01-06-2021, 06:22 PM   #72 (permalink)
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1997 Accord sedan for sale with 315,000 miles for $1,250

Someone please come up with a reason for me to pursue this car because all that I can think of is "It's a little smaller!"

I'm not trying to find an excuse to buy a car two years older than mine with almost 100,000 additional miles. From what I can see it looks better, but I have better investments for this much money. I just think that for 75% more than the crazy girl is asking for the nonrunning coupe is this car that may be older and may have more miles, but looks good, runs, and drives.

Hopefully it is a good car for someone!
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Old 01-12-2021, 03:48 PM   #73 (permalink)
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Can I afford this Camry? :)

1994 with a seized engine. Posted three hours ago and already marked down from $600 to $400: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...0115977760840/

I don't want any pre-OBD-II cars, I spend too much time problem-solving already.

I am not ordering any engines while I live here.
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Old 01-12-2021, 09:36 PM   #74 (permalink)
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"2007 Toyota Prius for $4,000 in Show Low"

I have that in quotes because the pictures were taken at a carwash that looks like Phoenix. The map shows Phoenix. This carwash isn't in the Show Low area. It has a Mesa number, but so do I.

At least it is Arizonan.

The MVD shows the number for a dealership, but the rest of the data is invalid.

"171,000 miles."
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Old 01-16-2021, 02:50 AM   #75 (permalink)
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I asked the Prius owner when and where I could see his car.

"How about this afternoon?"
"Great! When and where?"
[Two days later]
"Sorry, I got busy! Are you available tomorrow?"
"Sure! When and where?"

Well, that was a few days ago...

That dealership half an hour away has a Corolla for $1,400! I didn't post it in the beater thread because for all that I know, it would be $2,400 out the door!

It looks clean, but it is an autotragic, and they list 999,999 miles, so 300,000?

That is $100 less than this 2008 Aveo with 123,146 miles!

I wouldn't recommend driving a Daewoo under warranty, let alone one well out of it!

It is only rated 24/34. Burn it with fire!

Then there is this 2005 Corolla that they posted 11 days ago. They already reduced it from $3,850 to $3,295, in line with ones for sale from private sellers, without tax, title, and registration, and you would be able to get a better inspection.

It has 204,000 miles. Arguably 204,000/16 passes, but x/17 fails?

Well, everyone knows the first one is 12,750 a year.

x/17 > 12,750
x > 17 x 12,750

If I continued on the same line would I write = or > 216,750?

Any bets on the actual mileage?

The one that costs almost $2,000 more has a picture of the VIN. I pulled it with my app and AutoCheck says that it has 2 owners and a clear history.

I hope that whoever buys it enjoys it!
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Old 01-16-2021, 09:45 AM   #76 (permalink)
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Daewoos were probably the best $1000 new car on the market. Unfortunately they went for significantly more than that.

The best thing about them was the timing sprockets. They had random marks on them that meant nothing. It wasn't until someone was about to reassemble it that they tried to look up "which mark goes where" and found that the correct answer was to mark them yourself before disassembly. And yes, if you were in it because something had broken, you were SOL.
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Old 01-17-2021, 04:22 PM   #77 (permalink)
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Falling-apart 2007 Prius for $1,700

Unspecified mileage, it only has a temporary registration, and allegedly it needs a ABS CPU.

The $1,400 Corolla sold. They have a 2006 Scion coupe for $1,800, but that is rated the same as my Accord, which has more doors.
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Old 01-18-2021, 06:21 PM   #78 (permalink)
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Yet another Camry. I think the price is better.

2010 Toyota Camry sedan with 150,000 miles for $4,800.

I posted 3 local Camries with high-mileage, 2 with unspecified miles, and 2 with around 90k. Someone asked $4,500 for one with 175,000 miles, the intolerable woman asked $4,500 for one with over 200,000 miles and a scrape, and somebody asked $6,000 for one with 203,000 miles.

Three hundred dollars less than the cheaper 2 with 25-50+k fewer miles sounds like a good deal.

I sure hope someone didn't sell one with over 200k miles for $6,000!

I am unsure that it is worth paying an extra $3,000 for 60,000 fewer miles.

Kelley says that it is worth $4,959 in Good condition, $5,461 in Very Good, and $6,131 in Very Very Good.

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The vehicle is in great condition there is nothing wrong with it just bought a new car and need to get rid of this one it has 150k miles on it and it is rear wheel drive I am asking 4,800 the least ill sell for is 4,500
Edit! Someone is asking $5,000 for a 2009 with 200,000 miles.
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Old 01-18-2021, 06:38 PM   #79 (permalink)
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Surely that's not a Camry with rear wheel drive.
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Old 01-18-2021, 08:25 PM   #80 (permalink)
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That is what they wrote.
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