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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 09-10-2003, 09:11 PM   #31
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In 2001, about $2900 CDN. Then after I got it, another $1500 for it to be road worthy and another $90 to have it de-curried
This car was such a piece of **** when I got it, but I saw the potential
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6/03 4800 with 77,000 miles
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10/02 Falmoth, KY (Lovingly pronounced "Foul Mouth") Basically mint condition (paint in not the best shape) 1994 38.5K on the ticker for a measly $4100.. the guy diidnt know what a jewel he had...
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Old 09-10-2003, 10:50 PM   #34
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30K miles on mine and it cost me approx 20 camels, 15 chickens, a rooster, and a bucket of golf balls....or about 18.5K US.

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Glad I'm not the only one up in the 15-20 thousand dollar range...we bought it last summer for $20,000 with about 20,000 miles (actually it was $22,500, but they gave us $2500 for the trade in and we kept the "trade in" car ). It felt like a pretty good deal, but when did you get yours for $18,500? Recently I hope or we got screwed.
Purchased it in July. Kendra'* was 19.5 purchased in June...
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i got mine for 2700, according to the kelly blue book it was worth about 5-6 thousand. but thanks to hail damgage(which you cant even see unless your looking very hard) i got a great deal.hopefully itll last a while and i wont tear it up.
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Well here is the deal.. I had a 91 Maroon for about 6 months and I was going to sell it... I had a buyer for it... for 1500$ so I sold it... the car was mint...cept for the miles.
Then I found my 93 for guess what... 1500$ so basically I traded my 91 for a 93... I think I did good.
You did great, cept your wheels and bubble butt leave somethign to be desired...
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You did great, cept your wheels and bubble butt leave somethign to be desired..
Harsh.

But at least that'* an easy thing to fix.
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Just kidding!!!



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$28,500 in 1990 for my '90 SSE. Still drive it everyday. 248,000 miles later.
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Ding Ding Ding....We have a winner!
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