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Posted 24 December 2005 - 02:32 AM
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Posted 24 December 2005 - 09:29 AM
I am seriously considering purchasing this vehicle located in the link below. I am wondering how much shipping would be from WA to PA?? Do you guys think this would be worth it? I am still waiting to hear back on the price. What do you guys think of the car overall?
I would LOVE to find a company that'll ship a car across the country for $500 so PLEASE let us know if you get ANYONE to bring that car from the west coast to Scranton for $500.
My personal opinion is it'll be at least $800.
Sure you can find one just like it around Pottsville,etc....but it'll be rotting from the underside...I think you know that,so you're smart to look into the long haul.
I know there's some people that'll take my remarks are sarcastic but I really mean it when I ask to please let us know if you find cheap and reliable transport for a cross country effort.Gas prices didn't come down that much.Before they went up you'd get quotes of well over $1000 from most companies,and I'm just about 120 miles further east than you.
I think if the car is less than $800 it's worth it but that's me.If your acceptable spending cap is around $2,200 then you'd probably be happy in the long run.
88 and 89 are the BEST years for the D/R,the best tranny ever.
Posted 24 December 2005 - 09:35 AM
Posted 24 December 2005 - 09:54 AM
I personally know of a loyale sedan in PA that has next to no rust on the body (didn't see the frame b/c of snow) and it is 5 speed with push button 4wd. It has 195k on it and it is sitting on a "bargain row" I would almost guarantee it is going to be $800 or maybe even less. Honestly i'd offer $600 for it. I personally looked at it last weekend...so it might even still be there.
Posted 24 December 2005 - 02:45 PM
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Posted 25 December 2005 - 12:56 AM
Matt is right though,if you REALLY hunt you can still find them with minimal rust,but they aren't getting any easier to find up here.
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