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Scored a NEW Optima for $79.99

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#1 Flowmastered87GL


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Posted 06 February 2005 - 09:21 PM

:banana: is all I can do :banana:

My old 60 month Les Schwab battery was WAY past its prime... I got like 7 years of use out of it and nearly 100K... time to retire it as it actually died a year ago and I have just made it last by being careful about current draw when starting the car.

I went to GI Joes today in Eastport Plaza in Portland and they are having a sale... SUNDAY ONLY 20% off automotive and sporting goods.

I actually went in to get a maintenance journal which I also got 20% off on, but I left with a battery too.

The battery fits perfect, has like 750 CCA I think :cool:

Normal price was $99.99 and with coupon it was just 79.99... crazy huh?? A new optima red top for that cheap!

This should get me to 400,000 miles easy... and maybe even live on to the next car.

So for those of you in Portland... who can afford $80 + a $6 core get one today!!

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