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Old 04-08-2005, 02:59 PM   #11
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plus the under carraige paint looks original
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wow. that is one of the ugliest cars I have ever seen. Reminds me of an old friend of mine who drove an 82 Chevette to highschool. (this was back in 2001) That car took 29 seconds to go from 0 to 60!
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Every engine I've seen of that era with those kinda miles (and I have owned a lot of POS'*) has no paint left, or if it did, you couldn't see it through the gunk.

Just my opinion. Like I said earlier, I owned a Vega SW. Wouldn't touch another one if my life depended on it
Yeah they were junk...LMAO... I knew a guy that had one and all he ever did was work on that thing all of the time... Looked like almost every day... And at the end of the day it still dribbled oil on the ground...

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Wow... it is at $8500 reserve met. I think that is more than the car cost new off the lot. If the dealer kept it that long, then he might have made decent money... still, POS car it is.
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not enough miles for me. wouldnt alot of stuff dryout and screw up for it being almost 30 with all original parts.
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It ended at just a little under $12K!? wish i had that kind of money to spned on a car.
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