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Old 06 Aug 2003, 01:40 pm   #1 (permalink)
boe
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Make Toyota

Model Camry

Color Burgundy

Year 1988

Transmission Automatic

Mileage Approximately 140,000 miles

Window Type Automatic

Condition - no body damage but I think it could use a new coat of paint.

How much do you think I should ask? The car is in Los Angeles.





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Old 06 Aug 2003, 09:09 pm   #2 (permalink)
Gary Danaher
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Look in the newspaper and see what other cars of similar vintage are
selling for. Look at KBB.COM and see what it says. Here in Texas that's
a $500 car but in LA who knows? If cars sell like houses, it could go
for $14995.00.

boe wrote:
> Make Toyota
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> Model Camry
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> Color Burgundy
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> Year 1988
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> Transmission Automatic
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> Mileage Approximately 140,000 miles
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> Window Type Automatic
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> Condition - no body damage but I think it could use a new coat of paint.
>
> How much do you think I should ask? The car is in Los Angeles.
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Old 11 Aug 2003, 07:36 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Considering how stupid people in California are, I would not be surprised if
someone bought it for that much.

I mean, after all, how stupid are people if they allow Arnold Schwartzenegger
to become governor, only in California.

Oh and Phillip "chipstate" lives there, so my opinion is solidified.
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Old 12 Aug 2003, 03:26 am   #4 (permalink)
Philip®
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TundraOwner2002 wrote:
> Considering how stupid people in California are, I would not be
> surprised if someone bought it for that much.
>
> I mean, after all, how stupid are people if they allow Arnold
> Schwartzenegger to become governor, only in California.
>
> Oh and Phillip "chipstate" lives there, so my opinion is
> solidified.


The "greedy" socialists who know what better to do with your money
than you do (socialist Democrats) have been in charge of state
spending by catering to those who crave government handouts. That is
undeniable.

But speaking of stupid, we older folks voted for Proposition 13 back
in the late '70's that for some reason ... just didn't catch on
anywhere else. Too bad when I see what property taxes my newer
neighbors pay. So who is without foresight and "stupid?"

Mc Clintock is the man I would put in the governorship. But, his
money supply and name recognition are greatly overshawdowed by
Schwarzenegger. With Arnold, I still get about 70% of what I want in
a governor so that's where my vote is going. Only the Socialist
Democrats are complaining about 'democracy lost." Democracy was
lost when the socialists monopolized the California State Legislature
with fiscal incompetence."

It's way past time to toss out the socialists and to start fixing the
mess left behind.
--

~~Philip

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- adjective: difficult or irritating to deal with.

Example: Philip was always cantankerous in the
morning, given to snapping and snarling until he'd
had his first cup of coffee and a soothing hot shower.


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Old 14 Aug 2003, 05:31 pm   #5 (permalink)
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Default Re: FS - 1988 Toyota Camry

Provided it runs well, checks out fine mechanically, gives good
mileage, has a clean record (i.e. no accidents, etc.) it's worth about
$1500-$2000.

If taken care of properly, Camrys run forever .. for someone who
cannot afford new cars (plus registration and insurance every year), I
think it's a great value.

-- Bill


"boe" <boe_d@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<%YbYa.81365$uu5.8789@sccrnsc04>...
> Make Toyota
>
> Model Camry
>
> Color Burgundy
>
> Year 1988
>
> Transmission Automatic
>
> Mileage Approximately 140,000 miles
>
> Window Type Automatic
>
> Condition - no body damage but I think it could use a new coat of paint.
>
> How much do you think I should ask? The car is in Los Angeles.

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Old 15 Aug 2003, 08:46 pm   #6 (permalink)
Digger
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Don't you know it!

My 1988 Camry just passed its 300,000 mile mark about a month ago.
Still runs like a champ, with some minor issues like a tendency to
overheat while creeping along in stop/go traffic with the A/C running.

I'd like to buy one of those Solara convertibles someday if it's similar
enough to a Camry as I've heard. I'm just afraid that whoever gets my
car won't treat it with the respect it has earned.

D

On Thu, 14 Aug 2003 15:31:00 -0700, techtrainer wrote:

> Provided it runs well, checks out fine mechanically, gives good
> mileage, has a clean record (i.e. no accidents, etc.) it's worth about
> $1500-$2000.
>
> If taken care of properly, Camrys run forever .. for someone who
> cannot afford new cars (plus registration and insurance every year), I
> think it's a great value.
>
> -- Bill
>
>
> "boe" <boe_d@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<%YbYa.81365$uu5.8789@sccrnsc04>...
>> Make Toyota
>>
>> Model Camry
>>
>> Color Burgundy
>>
>> Year 1988
>>
>> Transmission Automatic
>>
>> Mileage Approximately 140,000 miles
>>
>> Window Type Automatic
>>
>> Condition - no body damage but I think it could use a new coat of paint.
>>
>> How much do you think I should ask? The car is in Los Angeles.


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