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Old 01-01-2008, 06:21 PM   #1
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If I sell it I would buy a 2004 GXP

My 98 has a new (rebuilt) transmission now.
128,000 miles, real clean
I have maintenance records since year 2000
I could ask $4,500 for mine. Is that too high or to low?
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save it. stay supercharged and save ur money.
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I think $4,500 might be alittle high. I agree that you should keep it. 98 is one heck of a year to have


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should have set up a vote.

i say keep the ei
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Keep it.
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yeah i would have to say keep it because at this point, you'd be making money on it depending on how long your able to drive it.
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wow, it'* unanimous! I was leaninng that way also, but I got caught up in the thought of a newer model with warranty.
I would be saving a lot of money, even after a new tranny.
Even the shop said I should keep it. A technician, who has owned a couple Bonnevilles in the past, took it for a test drive and said the motor is solid, and he couldn't believe how clean it was. He said it more than once which made me feel good.

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