im stuck and broke.

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Asked by Mar 25, 2009 at 12:52 PM about the 2002 Dodge Neon 4 Dr R/T Sedan

Question type: General

i have a 97 camry (normal) and a dodge neon carbon fibre hood, wut shud i do?
1) buy a 2002 DODGE NEON R/T Sedan 4D put the hood on it & give parents my car?
2) keep my car and sell my CFhood?
3) other advices?

17 Answers

7,535

how many miles on the camry? if nto a lot keep it because that neon isnt the most reliable car ever

5

wut doesnt make sense is why would u waste any time to get a car just so u can put a cf hood on it? keep the camry and clean it up. the camry will last u many more years to come. versus a neon which will randomly die any day.

sell your neon any buy a ounce, then flip that n buy some more kush with your profit

15

lmao...

15

it has over 200,000km almost at 300,000km...

15

well its not only the cf hood, i need a car to get me from points a-b, the hood is jus an item, i did clean it up and as time goes on its making different problems.. its got way over 200,000 km now. but the neon die anyday thing makes sense, its jus hard to sell a cf hood and pointless to have if i dont use it you know?..

5

like wut kind of problems are u gettings? over 200,000 km? wth lol. hmm i get it..but have u tried selling the cf hood on ebay? i doubt u would get anything more than 100 dollars out of a neon cf hood though. if u really want a new ride to get around, sell the camry and go for used accord, or civic, or a corolla. those should last u a long time too. fixing the camry will probably cost u more than its worth so just get anything besides a neon. the fact that a neon isnt near as reliable as the cars i listed, it will be more worth it in the end if u got one instead of a neon. just forget the hood cuz u wont get much back for it.

15

tru say, thing is i tried selling it on kijiji.ca if you kno wut that is, and ebay i dont kno wut to do in it, i might even get scammed, on kijiji if someone buys i meet up with them in person and sell for cash.. i want a used accord or corolla but its hard to find one under $5000 thats better then my camry. p.s. yeah way over 200,000km lol its around 289,000km thats pretty bad lol

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ebay uw ont get scammed if they send u teh money first and then u ship. thats about how all sales should go. u can def find accords or corollas in the under 5k range. just use autotrader.com.

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hmm ebay sounds cool, i been lookin up auto trader, thats where i found a neon. i guess ill keep the camry till its completely done, by then im sure i have enough to get like a lexus or something. thanks for the advice dude.

45

stay away from the neons, POS car. stick with a toyota or honda, last forever; a neon will kill itself. just try selling the hood on ebay or craigslist

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thanks Evan, btw whats craigslist??

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DITCH THEM BOTH AND BUY SOMETHING COOL!

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im broke.. lol

7,535

craigslist is a free online site where you can sell and buy stuff.

15

oh nice, aight i tried it out, i also posted my cfhood on kijiji.ca hope i can sell it..

52,125

Get a job! :)

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