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jeremyswindlehurst
Oct 9
15

I was in it until I saw rust. Not dropping ten G’s on rust. There’s a similar wagon in CA for the same price with tens of thousands miles less on the clock, a year younger and NO rust. Read more

Oct 8
75

A running, driving 35 year old convertible in decent shape with good parts availability for $2,750? Absolutely a nice price. Read more

Sep 30
2

It’s couch cushion money. So why not if you have a use for such a thing. I’d MUCH rather have this than a 4dr Wrangler (not that I really want either). I NP’d it as well. 

Sep 30
15

But that’s just it...it’s fun money priced!  I nice priced it assuming the miles aren’t crazy high.  What’s crazy high?  In my book over 150K.

Sep 16
17

This is a good point. If you expect to get top dollar for your broken car, you can at least be nice. 

Sep 16
15

I’m torn. I want this, i just don’t want it for $8500. 

briangriffinsprius
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Sep 16
17

I like it, but it seems like a lot of money for a 30 YO Alfa. Admittedly, it appears to be in damn fine shape, but an owner who won’t fix several relatively minor things is a red flag to me. Fix that shit and then put it up for sale! Read more

Sep 15
3

I also keep a “dash toupee” on the dash pad of my ‘93 Grand Cherokee. It’s 28 years old and in perfect condition, and I want it to stay that way. I just keep it there loosely as a sun block. Read more

Sep 15
6

If the toupee is covering a pristine dash then you would remove it for the pictures when selling it. I think you’re right.

Sep 10
64

This thing is extremely pretty, and I certainly wouldn’t spend $28k on it. But you’re probably not going to find another one in better shape.

Sep 2
23

Yep, if this was the M-Coupe, it would at least be interesting.  It would still be overpriced, especially considering the supercharger doesn’t add that much power and is going to inevitably make future maintenance/repairs more complex/expensive. 

Aug 28
41

I’ll probably be in the minority here, but if you know what you’re getting into, this isn’t a bad car. It’s a luxury 7-seater that’s comfy, good on mileage, and drives well.

Aug 27
32

Is anyone good enough at Kinja to work out a way to embed the current vote graphic without having to first click “See previous responses”? Read more