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ptgreenphone
8:20 AM
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It moves under it’s own power for under 2K? Sure. Looks like a good “when I get to it” type project while still being driveable.

12/5/19
9:38 AM
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There was one of those for sale near me. While the cost of ownership is high, I always liked that car. Granted I would have a full time mechanic to chase after every issue it had. Read more

12/4/19
9:05 AM
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I was all set until the Salvage title. That is an issue I want more details on. For a personal use vehicle, salvage can be a way to save of few bucks or if you like rebuilding a car.
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12/3/19
10:52 AM
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My god, these are still on the road? For the time, it was an ok car. Would it be a laugh to cruise around in one for a summer or so, yeah. $8500, nope hence CP.

12/2/19
3:12 PM
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Never is a bit of generalization like others have said. I reviewed the pump vs prepay price and found that the rental was cheaper for the pre-pay. Since this was a work rental, I put it through as I used pretty much a full tank.
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11/27/19
3:28 PM
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I have driven both and can confirm those as facts. If 99.99% of the drivers don’t follow that, well that is on them :)

11/27/19
10:17 AM
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The price is right and it is not a bro-project-giveup offering. While I found Saturn’s unexciting, they were the Beige of the car world. They did their job and nothing else.
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11/25/19
2:47 PM
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On the other hand I like the rumble of the V8. Or like people used to say “no replacement for displacement” :) Read more

11/25/19
2:45 PM
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I have not other 220V lines in the house. The question was “how do you dry your clothes with out a 220V line”.

11/25/19
1:21 PM
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I am not discounting totally, just right now. I have two paid for vehicles that have 2 years easily left in them. When I get to a point that I am looking to replace, then the EV discussion will be had. I do not currently have an EV or Hybrid, just plain old ICE.
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11/25/19
1:00 PM
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Good points and what I am presenting in personal choice/current situation. I do not have any outside facing plugs or a garage. To charge I am opening a window and running a cord. Not a good idea from an insulation point of view.
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11/25/19
12:56 PM
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Typically 30,000+ mi per year once commute, vacations, driving for general use are factored in.

11/25/19
11:12 AM
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I have a gas dryer that uses a 120v to run the buttons/timer. Also my house was build over 50 years ago and doesn’t even have the outside 120v outlet. I plan to upgrade the electrical but is behind many other upgrades/fixes. Since I am not made out of money, choices are made.
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