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Asked by Apr 06, 2016 at 03:16 PM about the 1997 Toyota Camry

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Does anyone want to trade my 1997 Toyota Camry for a Nissan Sentra 1985 or newer.
Contact by phone 714-718-1747 or e-mail - lanastasi@student.cccd.edu

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My e-mail does not show anyone from Car Gurus, under the spam. I would like to trade my vehicle for a 1995 or newer Nissan Sentra. The small Nissan Sentra's are easier to work on. My 1997 Toyota Camry, 4 cylinder, has a good engine. There is an electrical problem with the driver's window, not moving up or down, the check engine light displays or flashes, the key periodically sticks. I have to switch several keys to get one to work.

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