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Old 26 Apr 2010, 10:16 pm
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Default is 198,000 miles on a 92 Honda Prelude to many miles for $3,900?

the cars apperance is on point nice paintjob and body kit butt his is all the work thats been done which will ultimatley lead to my decision to buy the car or not































Clean Title, No Accidents, Runs & drives great. New paint, Body Kit, Performance tires, Custom wheels, Aftermarket Header, Intake and Exhaust. HID Headlights (6000k) Alarm with keyless entry, Ice cold A/C, Upgraded sound system, Well maintained, Current Registration. New windshield, New window tint.































?Air Conditioning ?Alloy Wheels ?Anti-Lock Brakes ?CD Player ?Cruise Control ?Driver Airbag ?Passenger Airbag ?Power Door Locks ?Power Mirrors ?Power Steering ?Power Windows ?Rear Window Defroster ?Sunroof/Moonroof ?Tilt Wheel ?Tinted Glass































Recent Maintanance: Computerized 4 wheel alignment (6 month/6,000 mi. warranty) New hoses & thermostat. Fresh oil change & new spark plugs. New Master Brake Cylinder Flushed cooling system. Recently cleaned throttle body and fuel injection system.































is their any thing else that should be done or looked upon before the purchase or what should i approach him with for the price
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Old 26 Apr 2010, 10:31 pm
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Dude doesnt sound that greaat due to the mileage man you can do better go On















Craigslist and check on your state for a car believe me you will find one I got a 2002 hyundai elantra gls for 2800$ and everything works fine with 107k miles you can do better dude
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Old 26 Apr 2010, 10:46 pm
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www.kellybluebook.com. use the web site to input the cars year, make, model, mileage and condition. do not take into account the aftermarket accessories. the web site will give you a good person to person private sale price of the vehicle and this should be your negotiating price.































the aftermarket accessories, even though they may be nice, do not apply to car sales unless you are a dealership and this is a new car. if you are selling this car (im unsure by the way the question was phrased) then you can include the half cost of the accessories and add on, but expect the customer to balk at it and want to come down. if you are purchasing the vehicle, the same rules apply, if the seller wants to add these costs to the unit, offer half price and if he doesn't budge, walk. there are many fish in the sea.
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