i know someone who wants to trade me achevy sebring convertable it is a 2003 r 4 needs motor work r anew motor and it needs a back glass he wants 250.00 cash my my stero system an a refeg. i would like to know how much am i looking to pay to fix this thanks sherry b

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Re-read the question, Bob...She not looking to sell a car...She is asking (though not very clearly) what would be the cost involved to fix the motor on the 2003 Sebring. 1st of all..kind of a weird trade..$250 + a stereo and a refrigerator?? Seriously?..LMAO! My advice would be : Don't do the trade. the cost of fixing the motor + replacing rear glass would probably be more than the value of the stereo and the frig (assuming an average stereo and a used low- mid range model Whirlpool frig...LOL!)

eraser X would you go for a deal like this?

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Doubtful @ Bob.... I'm not a fan of anything made by Chrysler. Only if I thought I could fix the motor and SELL the damn thing, recoup my losses ($250 + stereo + frig) AND clear a decent profit. Come to think of it...If this car were parted out, you STILL might be able to clear a profit in that deal without fixing ANYTHING. Hmmm? Sherry...Give us more info on the stereo and frig...LOL!

@ok c'mon, the 440 HEMI, the roadrunner, the Duster, Cordoba with rich corinthian leather with ricardo montalbon, how can you not fall immediately in love? MOPAR? dome pistons?

Challenger, Charger muscle cars, famous worldwide. Bullit.

Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and chevrolets, not dodge, not mitsubishi...hot dogs have no dog in them...been trying to explain this to my dad for the last thirty years...

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Sherry, this guy should pay YOU to take it. I mean really, if the vehicle were cherry it might be cost effective, but a broken window too? Not a good maintenance indicator. I agree with racer x, keep looking.

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