1996 Toyota Avalon - First come first serve. (Katy) $800

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Old 25 Feb 2011, 05:30 am   #1 (permalink)
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Default 1996 Toyota Avalon - First come first serve. (Katy) $800

I work from home so I've put about 20k miles on it. Currently 230k miles. Still runs good.
This car has NEVER stalled while driving.
Automatic
Has heat / AC (Very good heat).
Tires are actually 2 months old.
Back bumper came off due to a back tire tread ripping off and hitting it. (You may keep the bungee cord. FREE!!) haha!
Paint has weathered off parts of the sides and roof. Small dents on the driver side.
Battery clamps are very worn. They will need to be replaced. (Again this is something anyone with good car repair experience can take care of.
Yes the car still runs. Like right now. It runs. I can go outside and turn it on right now.
Clear Title.
Needs inspection. (Fix the Cables and the Bumper. That should be all you have to worry about.)

Here's a link to all the photos of my car.
https://picasaweb.google.com/sinth.t...eat=directlink

No price negotiations. $800 cash only. No payments. The car is ready to sell. I have the title. Please leave a message of when you would like to come see the vehicle. $800 and it is yours. First come first server.
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