1997 Toyota Camry (North Austin) $850

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Old 30 Oct 2011, 02:42 am   #1 (permalink)
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Default 1997 Toyota Camry (North Austin) $850

Year - 1997
Make - Toyota
Model - Camry
Mileage - 158,000
Condition - Damaged
Length of Ownership - 4 years

This car STILL runs great, it has damage on the driver's side from someone side swiping me. The corner light, fender, and door are the only parts really needing a replacement, but once that is done, you have a reliable machine. I have records of most all the maintenance performed on it since I've had it including; new exhaust system, new brake components, new radiator, and new tires, totalling more than what I'm asking for the vehicle. This car can easily be driven as a "beater", getting you from point A to point B, or parted out, making money on the other 98% of the car that isn't damaged (including all those new parts I have receipts for).

It does have a salavged title, but that's reflective of the price. Please feel free to make an offer. I can provide you with the VIN upon request for a CarFax, but since a CarFax is what you look for to tell you what I just did, I think it's pointless.

Kevin
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