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Old 06-23-2013, 09:16 AM   #1
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Do people ever sell their used parts they put on their car on here?
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Classifieds section. 50 post requirement to post your stuff. What are you looking for?
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Oh thanks man, idk right now, really anything for my 04, I'm looking to put stuff on it slowly, but some of the things are pretty expensive haha. So I was thinking maybe used would be a little cheaper haha
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Used will definitely be cheaper. And plus if you don't plan on reverting back to stock you can sell your own stuff and get some cash back
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Oh yea man, I didn't even think about that! I'm new at this car stuff. I have an 07 f150 that's jacked up, so I just put stuff on it that helps in the dirt and mud. I've never worked on a car, so I'm starting slow.
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Yep, cheaper parts when you sell your old ones lol. But it's never too late to start and you can learn a lot . I started working in my car knowing zero about it when I was 18 now I'm going on 20 and I've owned 4 stangs and currently have two dailys and one project haha
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Yea man I'm 18 right now, I just got my first one! Im going to Georgia southern university for engineering, so ill know alot. I'm looking to get a gt and put a cobra motor in it. Take it to the drag strip haha
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