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Old 05-09-2004, 01:50 PM
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Ok I went to look at an 88 Turbo. The body has some dents and scratches but nothing major. It has around 150000 miles but had a rebuilt 15000 ago. Rims, gauges, exhaust, and apexi safc I think, bigger injectors. Doesnít have air condition or any type of music playing device, some rust on sunroof also the sunroof needs help. The clutch is hard to push down because something is broken. Should I buy this for 4800? Please keep in mind that I live in Hawaii so rotary cars are hard to find.
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Old 05-09-2004, 02:15 PM
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that's a lot of money for a car that has issues



tell the guy you want to take it to a mechanic to have the clutch looked at before you buy
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Old 05-09-2004, 02:33 PM
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holy ****...i bought a 87t2 for 2k and all i had to do was replace the O-rings in the lower intake mani. it had a rebuilt motor that was less than 2k on it... you should tell that guy to go F$%K himself. my car has a BEAUtiful interior and everything. NO RUST, and it was from the snow belt in Cleveland. now its blown casue i'm dumb...but yeah that guy's rapin you.
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What kind of rims and exhaust? That might change the overall value. But 4800 is a little steep.
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Old 05-09-2004, 09:22 PM
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Being in Hawaii may have a huge impact on the price. Isn't everything more expensive there?
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Racing beat exhaust but I want to put in Apexi GTC I donít know about rims but they look nice and yes most things in Hawaii cost more because of shipping also I found out that Hawaii has no emissions testing. He boosting 10 psi out of the 88 safely
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Old 05-09-2004, 09:38 PM
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I forgot if i do buy a car in the main land shipping to Hawaii would be like 1500 to 2500
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this is what $2,000 got me , werth every penny, even though it was automatic she was very clean compared to the one i had for $1,500 which wa sall fucked up!
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Old 05-10-2004, 12:22 PM
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I really dont know about hawaii, but I paid 3k for my 88 with 60 +k miles on it. good luck with the 7 hunt, (it took me a few year to by mine)
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Originally Posted by Zelgadis21' date='May 9 2004, 06:38 PM
I forgot if i do buy a car in the main land shipping to Hawaii would be like 1500 to 2500
If you're buying the car in the 48 states, and then shipping it to Hawaii for an additional $2k . . . . . . a dented, scratched, rusted S4 TII with a busted clutch, that's missing it's AC, and has a hole in the dash where the radio goes sounds a little high at $4800. But then again, I havenít seen the car and the written description may not accurately represent the beauty thatís portrayed in person.
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