Do you feel lucky?
DON'T do it, if your car blows up the next day, you have no recourse.
I think we've bought 8 used vehicles. Never had issues. Don't intend to buy new for a very long time. This is a ridiculous use of cg btw
Be sure and hear the video in this link,. http://www.roadandtrack.com/car-culture/buying- maintenance/news/a30454/used-car-as-is-never-buy/
That's about as difficult as telling the world to stop eating meat and dairy.. or to not speed. So.. while you're on that topic.. what are you going to do to stop someone from buying your car when you're "done with it"?? You gonna send it straight to the scrap yard with orange paint on the engine?
This is a pretty idiotic time-waster, Mark...let's try something else?
Since I'm right, I'll come to you Mark when you're ready to trash your car. We'll throw a party. I'll bring orange paint.
Ernie- Your insinuation / insults are NOT APPRECIATED. I raised this question because it's about EDUCATION.
Walt- First, I've never had trouble selling any of my previous cars, WHY? Couple of reasons, I live in Southern California, cars age very gracefully here, no rust... Also, since I keep my cars for a longer than average time, 12 to 15 years, I keep them running in top mechanical condition, after you've paid off the car, you can drive it for years without payments, the savings adds up immensely.... even with an occasional $2,000 repair, it's vastly less than $400 per month for years on end. I always keep my car running perfectly as if it were an airplane so I don't get stranded..... The only reason I sold my last car is that it didn't work with my trailer ... I've had a list 5 people who were interested in purchasing my old Honda Accord... no kidding, Aside from the age, the car ran perfect and looked immaculate inside and out.
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