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1997 Ford E-150 XL Club Wagon Review
by Rodney

Ford Vans GO the extra mile,expecially when it is a gift fron God.

for an older vehicle, this van is solid.very dependable.gets about 17-171/2 miles to a gallon on the road.I would own or buy another Ford. plenty of room for 8 people,and room in the rear for a number of things.

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1997 Ford E-150 XL Club Wagon Used Cars in Bridgeport, OH 43912

Price: $995

Mileage: 141,979

Location: Bridgeport, OH 43912

Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: Automatic Color: Black Description: Used 1997 Ford E-150 XL Club Wagon for sale - $995, 141,979 miles
Avg. Dealer Rating: (4 reviews) "Answered my questions"
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1997 Ford E-150 XL Club Wagon Used Cars in Jordan, MN 55352

Price: $1,850

Mileage: 184,408

Location: Jordan, MN 55352

Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic Color: Evergreen Frost Pearl Metallic Description: Used 1997 Ford E-150 XL Club Wagon for sale - $1,850, 184,408 miles
Avg. Dealer Rating: (9 reviews) "My Dad and I recently just bought this vehicle from this dealership. The overall experience was decent. The dealer was quick to respond but when we had checked out the car, it seemed like the seller didn't really know much about the car other than it was a reliable "Lexus." The car wasn't detailed when we saw it and there were stains in it already due to him driving it as a "daily." The tires were also worn out and almost to the bare minimum. The tabs were going to be expired by the end of the month as well upon purchase. With all this taken into consideration, we tried to negotiate a price that both parties were comfortable with but the dealer would only let up $500 which wasn't much. With that being said, my dad and I decided to purchase the car anyways because we really liked the vehicle. The moment we left the dealership, we had to go to the nearest gas station because the gas tank was already empty. We just purchased a vehicle from a "dealership" and we didn't even have enough gas to drive home. Other than that, the experience was relatively decent. Didn't really feel pressured to buy the vehicle. My advice would be to do your research before checking out any cars at this dealership. "
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