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Old 25 Oct 2004, 11:27 pm
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Default 1990 LS Sedan, low miles, new leather & LOW MILES

As much as it pains me, I must sell my 1990 Legend LS Sedan. Here are
the details of this great, great car:

Met Dark Green w/ Sandstone leather interior
Brand new leather interior
Remote starter w/ keyless entry
New OEM Acura floor mats
Bose Audio System w/ cassette
Climate control
Power driver/passenger seats w/ memory
Cruise control/power mirrors/heated mirrors
Only 85,000 miles

I'm in the NY Metro area. Email me if you'd like more info or

No reasonable offer refused... make me an offer!

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