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Old 03-20-2013, 01:59 PM   #1
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Yes or no?

The very blue love of my life lol is for sell. I have the car posted an Craigslist for $4,000 and someone just called and offered 3,000 cash to come and pick it up. What do you guys think?
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miles ? mods? how much did you originally pay?
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What year is it?
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miles ? mods? how much did you originally pay?
I paid 4,500 a year ago and pretty much just tried to maintain it. I did put a lil n2o on it and a x pipe but that's it...

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I paid 4,500 a year ago and pretty much just tried to maintain it. I did put a lil n2o on it and a x pipe but that's it...
Oh and it's a 00' model with 175,000 mileage on it
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I need to know a bit more.

What are you wanting to do with the money? Do you have a backup vehicle?
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woah id say no so far but more info
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Ok the car is my baby but I got a chance to go back to school that means I have to haul the kids to the sitter in the mornings. I have been doing this with one SUV just taking the wife to work and dropping the kids off for a while now and the whole time I have been looking for a truck I can fit the family in and use as a work truck if I need one. It just isn't working anymore and I need something more practical. That's it that's the only reason I'm selling it other wise I'd keep it.
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Ok the car is my baby but I got a chance to go back to school that means I have to haul the kids to the sitter in the mornings. I have been doing this with one SUV just taking the wife to work and dropping the kids off for a while now and the whole time I have been looking for a truck I can fit the family in and use as a work truck if I need one. It just isn't working anymore and I need something more practical. That's it that's the only reason I'm selling it other wise I'd keep it.
Knock it down to $3,750 or $3,600 and see what he does. He's lowballing to see how bad you need to lose the car.
More than likely, you can get $3,500 or $3,600 without much of a problem; you can always wait for another buyer too.
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You see my wife is working 7-3 and I work 3-11 and my school schedule is from 8-noon every day so kinda gives you an idea of what that's like. The family stays in town with her mom till I get off at 11 then we go home then get up 5:30 in the morning and do it all over again...
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I'd take a hit for my family, just not one that big.
See what you can get out of him. I'd still guess. $3,500. That could get you a decent work truck.
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I'd take a hit for my family, just not one that big.
See what you can get out of him. I'd still guess. $3,500. That could get you a decent work truck.
Yea thanks for the opinion I was really considering it till you said something thanks u just save my ace...
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I'm not saying don't sell it at all. It just sounds like you could use the extra $500 and I don't want to see your family suffer.
If he absolutely won't go up, even to $3,300 or something like that, I'd seriously consider selling AS LONG AS I HAD AN AFFORDABLE WORK TRUCK FOUND before selling.
That's a personal call though, ask your wife what she thinks is best as well.
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family and kids okay diffrenet shoes sorry understand now but i follow the idea hes low balling +1on the 3500 counter offer
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+1 always reject the first offer. Tell him you want to sell it but you're not hurting to sell it that cheap.
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Old 03-20-2013, 03:04 PM   #15
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+1 always reject the first offer. Tell him you want to sell it but you're not hurting to sell it that cheap.
Thanks guys I really wouldn't sell it but this is wearing me out literately and yes you guys are all right and thank you oh and yes I told him sorry but no!
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