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View Poll Results: Price for Bonnie.
1,001 to 5,000 38 42.70%
0 to 1,000 10 11.24%
5,001 or more 41 46.07%
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Old 01-28-2004, 10:05 PM   #101
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Well I was wondering about selling my car and buying another... It is kind of beat up (let me explain).
1996 SE
1. Power steering doesnt work
2. Left and right fender bent
3. Couple Scratches
4. Dent/Chipped paint on door
5. Inside is mostly ok but Switch for back right light broke off, and there is a ciggarette burn in the cup holder on the drivers door.

I can get the left fender fixed seeing someone hit me, or just take some money for appearance and put it towards another car. There is 97k miles on it, everything engine wise is fine. Would it be worth fixing the scrathes and light switch and fender before selling it? What would the price be before I did anything and after if I did repairs?
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Well I was wondering about selling my car and buying another... It is kind of beat up (let me explain).
1996 SE
1. Power steering doesnt work
2. Left and right fender bent
3. Couple Scratches
4. Dent/Chipped paint on door
5. Inside is mostly ok but Switch for back right light broke off, and there is a ciggarette burn in the cup holder on the drivers door.

I can get the left fender fixed seeing someone hit me, or just take some money for appearance and put it towards another car. There is 97k miles on it, everything engine wise is fine. Would it be worth fixing the scrathes and light switch and fender before selling it? What would the price be before I did anything and after if I did repairs?
Yeah its really beat up. you should sell it to me really cheap :P I can take care of all those problems

seriously...spend some $$, shouldnt take much actually and have a nice car for years to come. Just my opinion
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Old 01-28-2004, 10:29 PM   #103
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i got mine for 4800 in 6/03 with 77,000 miles
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What I paid for my car...well, enough.
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I got mine For $1.650 with a few problems. Needed a new radiator struts and tires. It runs great and looks great. GREAT DEAL!!!!! SELLER GOT RIPPED OFF YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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paid 7,200 for my 40th anniversary with 72k. a little pricy but its been worth it.
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I just bought mine last friday for $200. 140,000 mile runs like a brand new car. Mint condition, no dents no scratches. The only thing that it needs is rear shocks and a power steering pump.
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Got mine in July 2003 for $3,300. It had 98k on it and in excellent condition
I dont regret the investment at all!
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3700$ with 120k miles
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