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Old 02-25-2008, 11:22 PM   #11
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But a customer of ours with a 98 Tacoma with 189,000 miles sold her truck private party for $3800! That'* unheard of with a GM car!!!
wait, unheard of to go 190k miles, or sell for $3800???
Depends on which GM car you are talking about..
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But a customer of ours with a 98 Tacoma with 189,000 miles sold her truck private party for $3800! That'* unheard of with a GM car!!!
wait, unheard of to go 190k miles, or sell for $3800???
Depends on which GM car you are talking about..
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Haha.... I meant unheard of to have 190k and sell for $3800. It'* very rare for a GM to do that is all I meant, lol. A guy I work with has a grandfather with a 72 Cutlass convertable with 300,000 miles on it...and no major engine work. I'll stand behind the tride and true GM engines any day, but we can all agree that the quality of the past hasn't quite been true for the recently designed engines. I'm a little skeptical of these 3.5'* and 3.9'*, etc, etc....
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