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Old 08 Dec 2005, 08:09 pm
Ron M.
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Default WANTED: '96/ '97 Accord sedan

I'm interested in purchasing a 1996 or 1997 Honda Accord sedan. But I'm only
interested in one that is in exceptionally good mechanical condition, and it
would be a huge plus if it were to be in great condition interior and
exterior wise as well if at all possible.

I've looked on AutoTrader and some other online car sites and can't really
find one like I want that is fairly close to where I live. I'd prefer the
light blue metallic or champagne-like color that Honda offered this
generation Accord in, but would also be open to silver, eucalyptus green or
white. Automatic preferred and CD player also a plus.

Anyone out there interested in selling their '96/'97 Accord sedan that fits
the above description? Seems as though these cars sell very quickly when I
see them on dealerships' lots. A couple of times when I went back to the
dealership to potentially buy one of these cars, it was already gone.

Please let me know if you see one of these cars for sale in the Piedmont
Triad Area of N.C. that is great shape.

Thanks in advance!

Ron M.


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Old 09 Dec 2005, 06:16 am
N.E.Ohio Bob
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Default Re: WANTED: '96/ '97 Accord sedan

Ron M. wrote:
> I'm interested in purchasing a 1996 or 1997 Honda Accord sedan. But I'm only
> interested in one that is in exceptionally good mechanical condition, and it
> would be a huge plus if it were to be in great condition interior and
> exterior wise as well if at all possible.
>
> I've looked on AutoTrader and some other online car sites and can't really
> find one like I want that is fairly close to where I live. I'd prefer the
> light blue metallic or champagne-like color that Honda offered this
> generation Accord in, but would also be open to silver, eucalyptus green or
> white. Automatic preferred and CD player also a plus.
>
> Anyone out there interested in selling their '96/'97 Accord sedan that fits
> the above description? Seems as though these cars sell very quickly when I
> see them on dealerships' lots. A couple of times when I went back to the
> dealership to potentially buy one of these cars, it was already gone.
>
> Please let me know if you see one of these cars for sale in the Piedmont
> Triad Area of N.C. that is great shape.
>
> Thanks in advance!
>
> Ron M.
>
>

Two things I'd try: Make up a full sheet flyer with the word "Wanted"
on top and all the car info and your contact info on it and send or take
it to the used car sales manager at as many dealerships you can. They
will call you when something pops up. Price will be MAX, but they see
lots of cars.
Think about using the web sites and use the Washington D.C. area zip
codes. (Fairfax VA, 22030) Search about 50 miles around there. I found a
nice car there, and there seem to be lots of them available.
bob
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Old 09 Dec 2005, 11:15 am
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Default Re: WANTED: '96/ '97 Accord sedan

What kind of mileage are you looking for? That could be a big factor.

G-Man


"Ron M." <nobody@nowhere.net> wrote in message
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> I'm interested in purchasing a 1996 or 1997 Honda Accord sedan. But I'm
> only interested in one that is in exceptionally good mechanical condition,
> and it would be a huge plus if it were to be in great condition interior
> and exterior wise as well if at all possible.
>
> I've looked on AutoTrader and some other online car sites and can't really
> find one like I want that is fairly close to where I live. I'd prefer the
> light blue metallic or champagne-like color that Honda offered this
> generation Accord in, but would also be open to silver, eucalyptus green
> or white. Automatic preferred and CD player also a plus.
>
> Anyone out there interested in selling their '96/'97 Accord sedan that
> fits the above description? Seems as though these cars sell very quickly
> when I see them on dealerships' lots. A couple of times when I went back
> to the dealership to potentially buy one of these cars, it was already
> gone.
>
> Please let me know if you see one of these cars for sale in the Piedmont
> Triad Area of N.C. that is great shape.
>
> Thanks in advance!
>
> Ron M.
>



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Old 09 Dec 2005, 06:35 pm
Ron M.
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Default Re: WANTED: '96/ '97 Accord sedan

"G-Man" <shoot.digital@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> What kind of mileage are you looking for? That could be a big factor.
>
> G-Man


Thanks for your responses guys! I'd like to find one with no more than
120,000 miles on it if at all possible. A co-worker just went up to the
Fairfax area last week to purchase a really nice used Civic.
There must be a lot of automobile choices in that region for whatever
reasons.

Again, I appreciate the info guys.

Regards,

Ron M.


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