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    1. #6176
      Geriatric Member BRealistic's Avatar
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      Good gawd that "type 4" VW is fugly.
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      Not an E55 but pretty incredible condition for a standard spec E-Class from this era.

      2001 Mercedes E320 1 owner car with 39,900 Miles
      https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/cto...193874905.html

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      Damn, if it wasn't black I would be into that.

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      Geriatric Member BRealistic's Avatar
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      so clean

      https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...9908741292363/

      1987 Toyota Supra SE Liftback Hatchback 2D

      Seller's description
      If the ad is still up the car is still available.
      Please read ad before you message.

      ASKING $11,000

      Clean, Responsibly owned and well maintained 1987 supra.
      Car is low miles and all original except: steering wheel (have the original),shocks (tokico), 1 piece aluminum driveshaft, and the clutch was replaced recently.

      AC blows cold, heat is hot
      drivers seat power lumbar/ bolsters works perfectly
      Power windows and mirrors
      Rare chrome sawblade wheels with matching center caps from factory
      Still have original spare and tire change kit, targa top tool, owners manual and paperwork / records of the car.

      Please feel free to message me if you have any questions

      Driven 83,730 miles
      Manual transmission
      Exterior color: Blue · Interior color: Blue
      Fuel type: Gasoline









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      Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
      As the Type 1 and Type 2 VWs continue to sky rocket in value, Type 3s will too and eventually someone, somewhere, will decide Type 4s will become popular and as a result, parts will become more available in the aftermarket.
      I beg to differ. Type 3s, I could believe. I would think type 4s are far enough removed that type 1/2 prices increasing won't affect type 4 values.

    7. #6181
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      https://knoxville.craigslist.org/cto...193332486.html

      2006 Supercharged Pontiac GTO - $14,500 (Morristown)


      2006 2006 pontiac gto
      VIN: 6G2VX12U96L530098
      condition: good
      drive: rwd
      fuel: gas
      odometer: 85327
      paint color: silver
      size: mid-size
      title status: clean
      transmission: manual
      type: coupe

      ***PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE LISTING***

      Up for sale is my 2006 Pontiac GTO with a 6.0L LS2 engine and 6-speed manual transmission. The engine is equipped with a Magnuson TVS2300 inter-cooled supercharger, a Comp cams 54-467-11 blower cam, Kooks headers and exhaust, and a 93 octane performance tune by PCM of North Carolina. ESTIMATED rear wheel horsepower is 575+

      I bought this car from a dealership in Wilmington, NC who were clueless to what they had. It was slated to go to the auction when I bought it and had it shipped via truck transport to my house. It was originally sold in California and spent most of its life there. That said, I have very limited history of the car. I will list what I know, that is the best I can do.

      THE GOOD:

      All aluminum LS2 engine
      85,327 original miles
      T56 6 speed manual trans
      Magnuson TVS2300 supercharger with 6 PSI pulley and intercooler
      Kooks headers and exhaust
      Comp cams blower cam, springs, retainers, keepers, hardened pushrods, rocker trunion upgrade
      ARP head studs
      New Melling oil pump
      New Melling billet timing chain gears and HD roller chain
      New FelPro oil pan gasket
      New GM radiator
      New GM water pump
      New A/C condenser
      New thermostat
      Optima RedTop battery
      Pedders suspension (car has been lowered) but I have a set of original springs that go with the car
      New tires front and rear
      Short throw shifter
      Vacuum/boost gauge and fuel pressure gauge
      Dyna Tune wideband air/fuel meter
      Original owners manual
      Original spare, jack, and hold-down hardware
      New power window switch
      New console cover
      New RF door speaker
      I have 2 brand new uncut, unprogrammed key blanks, ordered from Australia
      Oil and filter just changed
      Antifreeze just replaced
      New valve cover gaskets
      New hood and trunk lift supports
      New black lug nuts
      AC and heat work fine
      Cruise control works
      Radio and CD changer work great
      Good brakes
      Clean TN title in my name, no flood or major accident damage in the CarFax report

      The car is in good to very good shape. It is almost 15 years old so it does have some door dings and scratches and the like. I had the front bumper cover painted at a local shop and was going to have all the bodywork done and the entire car painted but things change so that never panned out.
      The hood has some areas in the very front that look like where someone has slammed it?? The guy at the body shop that painted the bumper cover said he could repair the hood without any issues. I tried to get pictures of that.

      It has so-so aftermarket wheels that have some finish/clearcoat issues. There are sellers on eBay that sell sets of reconditioned OEM wheels for GTO's for around $600 if you want the original look.

      OK, now for the bad:

      A few chips, dings, and scratches common with a 15+ year old car
      Inside door lock switch doesn't work and I never had time to mess with it. The doors lock/unlock with the remote
      Typical of all these GTO's, the stitching on the rear seats is pulling apart. Not bad but I want to note it.
      The exhaust is a lot louder than I like but it may suit the next owner just fine.
      The vacuum/boost gauge works sometimes...usually after you drive the car for a while. It seems to be fairly accurate once it gets going.
      Type of clutch is unknown but I don't think it's stock

      PLEASE don't waste my time. SERIOUS BUYERS ONLY! NO tire kickers, NO joyrides, NO scams!
      *****CASH ONLY*****
      That means NO checks, NO Paypal, NO Western Union, NO trades!

      Not to be a jerk, but I reserve the right to REFUSE TO SELL THIS CAR to an inexperienced driver (like a young kid or someone who cannot drive a stick shift).
      I also reserve the right to REFUSE TO LET SOMEONE TEST DRIVE THIS CAR! If you are cool and have $$$ to buy, then we'll talk. I will not be responsible for someone crashing and burning on a test drive. This car has very good street manners but even with the traction control on, it can and will still get crazy.

      Thanks for looking and I'll do my best to answer any questions you may have. As I said, my knowledge of the history of this car is limited.
      The car is located in Morristown, TN.
      I will not meet you so you can look at it. I will not deliver the car. AND PLEASE, DO NOT CALL/TEXT ME AND OFFER ME $8,500. IF you want to come to look at the car and then make me an offer in person, that's fine but I will say that I have well over $20,000 invested in this car. So my asking price is fairly firm.
      $14,500

      Link to clip of car idling: https://youtu.be/VGVSJmdCWqI

      Texting is probably the easiest way to reach me. Or you can call OR email, you're choice.





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      That sound is so drag race worthy
      If you can't measure it, you can't understand it; if you can't understand it, you can't control it.

      As said on BAT "We’ll burn this guy to high hell for lowering his car but we will bid 6 figures on safari builds. Come on son" - 2mAn

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      I don't know much about these, but it's cool/rare to see Japanese cars this old on the east coast.

      https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...3269040045562/




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      I’m not a loser. I’m a winnah!! patrikman's Avatar
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      Quote Originally Posted by BRealistic View Post
      https://detroit.craigslist.org/wyn/c...187272359.html

      1991 dodge stealth SE - $5,500 (livonia)

      1991 dodge stealth es
      condition: good
      drive: fwd
      fuel: gas
      odometer: 102145
      paint color: red
      title status: clean
      transmission: manual
      type: hatchback

      1991 Dodge Stealth, no accidents, very clean, garage kept,, current owner for over 20 years.







      crack price.
      this signature kills fascists.

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      Quote Originally Posted by BRealistic View Post
      https://detroit.craigslist.org/wyn/c...187272359.html

      1991 dodge stealth SE - $5,500 (livonia)

      1991 dodge stealth es
      condition: good
      drive: fwd
      fuel: gas
      odometer: 102145
      paint color: red
      title status: clean
      transmission: manual
      type: hatchback

      1991 Dodge Stealth, no accidents, very clean, garage kept,, current owner for over 20 years.



      "Tires: rotated randomly"

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      2001 Lexus LX470 - $7900



      https://nh.craigslist.org/cto/d/lond...195152594.html

      Looks reasonably clean and I like the exterior color. What do we think of the price? I know these are going to for silly money on BaT for a nice example.

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      https://denver.craigslist.org/cto/d/...178786888.html

      Opinions on price? This has me interested
      If you can't measure it, you can't understand it; if you can't understand it, you can't control it.

      As said on BAT "We’ll burn this guy to high hell for lowering his car but we will bid 6 figures on safari builds. Come on son" - 2mAn

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      Quote Originally Posted by bzcat View Post
      FWD SOHC V6 (same 3.0 Mitsubishi V6 from my parent's Caravan ~160ish hp) is a boner killer.

      Edit: is says it is an ES so it should have the DOHC 24V so not bad actually
      Yeah, it says "DOHC 24V" on the B pillar.

      Quote Originally Posted by patrikman
      crack price.
      IDK.. it is a rare survivor now.
      Way more interesting to average folks than a mint S8 or something.
      Never really saw them in any quantities even back then, but I did see one recently and man it still looks wide.


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      Quote Originally Posted by UncleJB View Post
      2001 Lexus LX470 - $7900



      https://nh.craigslist.org/cto/d/lond...195152594.html

      Looks reasonably clean and I like the exterior color. What do we think of the price? I know these are going to for silly money on BaT for a nice example.
      So. tempted.

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      Quote Originally Posted by UncleJB View Post
      2001 Lexus LX470 - $7900

      https://nh.craigslist.org/cto/d/lond...195152594.html

      Looks reasonably clean and I like the exterior color. What do we think of the price? I know these are going to for silly money on BaT for a nice example.
      Price seems a-ok. I've definitely seen them listed higher with similar miles. I love that color, too.

      I'd like to see what the seats + console would look like after a nice leatherique application.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Stromaluski View Post
      I beg to differ. Type 3s, I could believe. I would think type 4s are far enough removed that type 1/2 prices increasing won't affect type 4 values.
      I agree.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Stromaluski View Post
      I beg to differ. Type 3s, I could believe. I would think type 4s are far enough removed that type 1/2 prices increasing won't affect type 4 values.
      I am a Volkswagen enthusiast. I really cannot imagine the Type 4 becoming desirable like Bugs and Buses. No one seems to be willing to pay a large sum of money, and Type 4 parts are fairly rare.

      On the other hand, my Vanagon uses a Type 4 engine....

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      https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/cto...195832897.html



      Electric Pickup, Dynasty Utility - $4,000 (alameda)

      2006 Dynasty IT Utility
      condition: good
      cylinders: other
      drive: fwd
      fuel: electric
      odometer: 8000
      paint color: red
      size: compact
      title status: clean
      transmission: automatic
      type: pickup

      Factory-built electric pickup, designed and built by Dynasty Electric Car Corp in Vancouvery, BC Canada
      AC motor with Curtis AC inverter
      72v battery pack, deep cycle PbA batteries
      With battery balance system
      110vac charger, plugs into regular household outlet
      Full dash, factory net seating, hight head clearance, custom tonaugh bed cover.
      Tailgate has flip gate and 3rd side door for access.
      Neighborhood vehicle with a top speed 35-40 hph
      Front wheel drive
      12v accessory battery & DC/DC converter
      Current range about 40 miles/charge.
      Easily upgradable to lithium battery pack, like Nissan Leaf batteries.
      Curb weight about 1,450 lbs, alluminum frame with fiberglass body
      With manuals and documentation.

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      Quote Originally Posted by simple View Post
      https://denver.craigslist.org/cto/d/...178786888.html

      Opinions on price? This has me interested
      Pretty sure I have seen this car before... if its the same one it has an awful exhaust sound

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      Please tell me how this does. I have a massive amount of stuff I need to kill
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      Sprinkle some of your personality on it.
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      Quote Originally Posted by boogetyboogety View Post
      "Tires: rotated randomly"
      I had a friend with one of those in college and I've never even notice the wheels being directional. I remember it being a fun car to drive, it had that old cockpit type driving position.

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      ^ That 1951 Crosley looks like a kids amusement park ride.

      OTOH, I can't say I've ever seen an engine bay with so much room in it.

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      Just ran across this on the TDI club classifieds. A 2002 Jetta TDI with over 700k miles!
      https://forums.tdiclub.com/index.php...eorgia.509946/

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      Quote Originally Posted by Jettaboy1884 View Post
      That 1951 Crosley is a kids amusement park ride.
      Fixed.

      They're even tinier in real life than they look in pics! My Bug would look gargantuan next to one. Really.
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      Proletariat, Bourgeoise - Everybody smellin' my potpourri...

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      I had a dark blue rodeo 4x4 auto as one of my first cars, this one looks to be in great shape

      https://longisland.craigslist.org/ct...195963219.html



      nice cheap ranger
      https://newjersey.craigslist.org/cto...197488163.html


      Is it just that they're half doors that it looks different to me? It almost looks like the wheelbase has been stretched
      https://cnj.craigslist.org/cto/d/mar...193908108.html


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