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Old 06-05-2007, 01:09 PM   #21
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Let'* not forget..he'* in Oregon..lol

I noticed during the trip.. the locals were a little "off"
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I posted on craigslist and was contacted by the dealer I am now currently suing. I won't post on craigslist again most likely.

Bill, I hope you find someone who has $950 cash, or maybe those who offered $800 if all else fails.
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then i guess you made up your mind. i am trustly worthy my whole family works for portland police. your call





I bought the car for $600 a couple years ago. Drove it for a year, put maybe $100 into it. Sold it, they put another $200 into it. Bought it back recently for $500.
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cant wait to put my Lumina on there
Carsoup/Autotrader (where I found my car) is better, atleast in the MN area IMO.
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Autotrader charges. Craigslist doesn't.

Got a call today from someone that drove by it. Offered me 800 cash by Friday. Told him I'd put him on the list.

Had a note on my mailbox when I got home. From Melissa (Black 96 SSEi featured in Your Ride). She'* interested too, still have to call her back.
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Autotrader charges. Craigslist doesn't.

Got a call today from someone that drove by it. Offered me 800 cash by Friday. Told him I'd put him on the list.

Had a note on my mailbox when I got home. From Melissa (Black 96 SSEi featured in Your Ride). She'* interested too, still have to call her back.
but you will let her have it for $500.00 and dinner at her place right ?
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Autotrader charges. Craigslist doesn't.
They charge for a reason
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When you're selling a car under 1000 bucks, paying 20-30 for an ad that you can get for free is pure stupidity.

You may have noticed that I'm selling under 1000.


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No disrespect intended, but nobody takes payments from a complete stranger like this. And having a family of officers doesn't mean anything. Are they going to collect for me? Is your reputation automatically good because they're cops?

I had two more offers today. One for 800 and another for 850. If you can match the 850 and be the first to commit, the car is yours.

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but you will let her have it for $500.00 and dinner at her place right ?
Ummmm......NO? I replaced a pulley on a broken down car, and she was interested in my Honda for her daughter.
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hey im very interested in your red honda civic. please call me asap on my cell phone @ 360-936-5060. thanks!
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