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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 09-12-2003, 03:13 PM   #51
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I think I gotta pretty good deal on mine...$6800 SSE 40th aniv. edition, Leather(entire interior is mint), A better than stock aftermarket sunroof, HUD with 49,000 miles. Only problems are some hesitation in low rpm'* while going uphill(everyone has this problem, with no definate resoultion), and the back bumper is heavily scuffed up.
DAYUM!! (souther for damn!) You got a deal you lucky SOB!!
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Old 11-20-2003, 03:50 AM   #52
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20k CDN for 2000 Crime this summer...

paid 12k CDN for 1995 Hollywood 4 years ago
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my bonnie.... F-R-E-E
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mine was $9,900, cash. got $5,000 for the pustang and it ended up being $4,900, plus like $1,700 for a warranty. (its a '98 SSEi, loaded just in case you didnt feel like reading my sig.) bought it this past may with 68k. my parents gold '98 SE was $14,000 in '99, with 17k on it.
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Old 11-20-2003, 11:31 AM   #56
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$1650 bought from my girlfriend would have been free but she needed a down payment for her 99 grand prix
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We paid $18,800 USD for my wifes SSEI (August 2002) it had 20,000 plus miles on it. They also gave her $1400 for her 95 Taurus.
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They also gave her $1400 for her 95 Taurus.
That was nice of them. They got burned on that deal...


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Paid $5000 (Cdn) to my folks for the 91SSE in 2000.
Engine died 4 months after I bought it, so I dropped a brand spankin new one in for $4200. Then misc repairs began.... so startup cost $9200 Cdn.

Paid $10,800 (Cdn) for my 97SSEi in Sept. Cost for the trip to T.O. to get it, and the drive back... plus $1200 Cdn worth of maintaince that it needed when I got back totalled to just under $15,000 Cdn .... (ok.. so a fair amount of that was alcohol stashed in the trunk on the way back from T.O.).... hehe

Don't get me started into repairs for either car... the 91 was a nightmare... I only pray the 97 isn't 1/2 as bad.
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They also gave her $1400 for her 95 Taurus.
That was nice of them. They got burned on that deal...


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They definately got burned they might have got $500 at auction for that car. They were only going to give her $1000 for it but I found that the inside of the trunk was leaking and I was considering not to buy the SSEI. So they "fixed the leak" , put a new trunk pad in and gave us another $400 on her car.
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