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Old 01-17-2005, 01:34 AM   #31
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hmm It has cloth...I'm takin that add with me tomorrow and reaming someone out.


I dont wanna go back to cloth from leather..I love leather...

My mom yells at me everytime i mention an SSEi cuz of insurance

I don't like green on cars...lol to be honest the the color I hate on cars the 2nd most is white...hahaha red being first place...$9995 isnt a bad price tho...but ther eis some major false advertising going on....well wait a min...my mom said she got out and looked at it and the car had leather....either the pics are wrong or my moms eyes are bad
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If you take your time and look around im shure youll find the car thats just for you
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If you take your time and look around im shure youll find the car thats just for you

lol I dont have time I need to find a car ASAP
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Old 01-17-2005, 02:52 AM   #35
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I don't like green on cars...lol to be honest the the color I hate on cars the 2nd most is white...hahaha red being first place..

well nm... you cant drive mine then......
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I don't like green on cars...lol to be honest the the color I hate on cars the 2nd most is white...hahaha red being first place..

well nm... you cant drive mine then......


I'm sorry.....I can't hate it to much if I'm lookin at buyin a white car....


You can still let me drive it since I'm so awesome!
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I called on it today....Turns out its a plain plain super base car....whoever typed up the ad is a moron because there is no leather or anything...They only want $8995 for the car tho...but I am skipping it..

Called on a 98 GTP for $8995 with 49k on it...guy told me he could only gie me $2000 for my truck...I laughed at him and hung up.

Going back into town today to look at a 2004 Impala LS. This has my leather, sunroof, cd player...all my goodies..but its silver...ah well...they want like $17900 for it...sooo
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What'* KBB for your Explorer? You have to be flexible when selling your car. Or do it private party. Not necessarly a trade in.

These prices are all very high for a newer car. I had a friend buy a '96 SE, basic.. the only option it had was leather, not even a CD Player. Now, she paid $2500 for the car. Privately, and I don't remember seeing the car for sale more than a month. To me, a car a few years younger will getcha something a whole lot cheaper. Just my $.02


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But not a GXP .

Ms. Sixty: The other thing to keep in mind, is how much you still have on your loan. If you purchase a new[er] car, and you get $2,000 for your Explorer, and you still have $3,500 on the loan, then not only do you have to pay the loan on the new car, but you still have $1,500 remaining on the Explorer payment. I'm sure you already knew this, but you have to be prepared to get less than your Explorer debt.

A little trick dealers around here play, is they have those magical 'black books'.. well they have a cover for every day of the year, so when they pull it out, they are like "Hey, look we just got these, they are the most up to date figures you will find anywhere." When in reality they are just a year or two old, with some fake *** figures. Don't ask how I know this.

You may be also to play with some of your figures. Some dealerships are nice, and flexible.. you may be able to run into one of those.. if you do, here is something you could probably pull off. Let'* say the dealership will give you 75% of what you have left on your Explorer loan. Well, let'* say you had your loan on the Explorer at 7% fixed rate. And the Bonneville would have 6%. Well, you just ask if you can get the 25% left on the Explorer loan, and add it to the total loan on the Bonneville. Esentially borrowing againts the Bonneville Loan. Most dealerships will not say no to this, because this increases their commission, the interest that they will now pocket, and they sell a car that probably wouldn't have sold if the circumstances were different.


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