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Erick022121
Rollin On Hubs
Erick022121 Jul 6, 1:12am - #216818 

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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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I wonder why so cheap?

So I wonder why this is so cheap? in the newspaper its at $15,995 Kelly blue book on it is over $18,000 I think its a pretty good price.. you think so? and remember it only has 19,000 miles!

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Erick022121
Rollin On Hubs
Erick022121 Jul 6, 1:13am - #216819 

Rollin On Hubs
2003 Toyota Celica GT

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Tampa, Florida
and i know it has those ugly ass hub caps but I can always buy someones GT alloy wheels thumbsup

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Anonymous Jul 6, 1:15am - #216820 
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Sounds like a good deal. But if are seriously gonna buy it pay a mechanic to check it out. It usually cost 200 or 300 but is worth it when you are talking 1000's of dollars down the line.
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stefanoc
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stefanoc Jul 6, 2:29am - #216821 

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the price is about right. its fair price, not good neither bad. this is how i calculate, when you buy a brand new gt right now from the toyota dealership, its gonna cost about 20 out the door with automatic. when you buy it used, if the car has good miles on it and also almost brand new, the cost should be like the brand new car without the tax. so lets say about 18,000. with 20k miles on it, there giving you another thousand off, so its ok deal. 17,000 sounds about the right price, and without looking, the car should be in a good condition. plus its 5 spd, so it is 750 cheaper than an automatic. but i would definetely get it checked out before i buy it, cz its a manual and you never know how the recent owner drove the car. i would say go bargain this car, and try to pay 15,000 out the door then itll be an awesome deal
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