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Selling 1993 Toyota Corolla In Ca

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My wife has just bought a new Mazda and now she must part with her great little Corolla.

It is "Super White" and only has 123,000 miles. I bought it for her when it had 77,000.

My wife is the second owner. The KBB price is about $3000 and that is very reasonable for the car.

It has a spoiler on the back and it is an automatic with the 4A-FE 1.6L motor.

It gets 30 MPG easily and has always passed the tough CA smog (emission) tests.

The tires are new and brakes were all done with Raybestos ceramic pads.

The car has been well maintained and needs nothing. It is ready to drive away.

Let me know if you are interested.

 

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Anybody interested?

Know anyone who needs a great car?

Runs great and is fairly cheap to own.

Gets good gas mileage and is an automatic.

Good first car, or commuter car.

Anybody know someone who wants to buy?

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Still up for sale.

My wife gets her new car on Tuesday and this car will not be used much,

It currently has only 114,000 miles and is in great shape.

See the pictures.

It did have a trailer hitch on it, but that has been taken off and put on my car.

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Car was sold and I got more than I really thought I would.

A couple from Fair Oaks, CA saw it advertised on http://sacramento.craigslist.org/

They called and came down on Sunday with a $300 deposit.

They came back the next day, paid the balance and it was theirs.

I went with them to the DMV to help them transfer ownership.

They drove it away and now my wife just has her Mazda 3 Hatchback.

 

My daughter likes her 2004 Corolla and her old car (1995) has dissappeared.

It was probably taken to an auction and sold. She got almost $3k for it.

 

I am driving the 1994 green one and working on the 1993 project car.

 

My son has a motorcycle and is also still driving the 1993.

 

My other daughter still enjoys her Tercel.

 

As soon as I sell my project car (after tranny is fixed), I will look for another.

That about sums it up.

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The title fits, but the car for sale is actually my son's 1993 Corolla.

He has put an ad on craigslist and is selling it for only $1100.

So far, three calls and it should be sold quickly.

KBB price is $1325 and the car is worth more than my son is asking.

I plan on getting the money and giving him my Acura.

More to follow.

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I would like to buy your sons corolla. Please email your number alwaysluckyseven@gmail.com thanks! Mark

The title fits, but the car for sale is actually my son's 1993 Corolla.

He has put an ad on craigslist and is selling it for only $1100.

So far, three calls and it should be sold quickly.

KBB price is $1325 and the car is worth more than my son is asking.

I plan on getting the money and giving him my Acura.

More to follow.

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I would like to buy your sons corolla. Please email your number alwaysluckyseven@gmail.com thanks! Mark
The title fits, but the car for sale is actually my son's 1993 Corolla.

He has put an ad on craigslist and is selling it for only $1100.

So far, three calls and it should be sold quickly.

KBB price is $1325 and the car is worth more than my son is asking.

I plan on getting the money and giving him my Acura.

More to follow.

Thanks for the offer, but the car went extremely quickly.

My son had three calls and the car was sold the next day.

He only took $950 for it, although he could easily have received more.

He gave the money to me and is now driving the Acura.

My daughter is selling her Chevy Cavalier, if you are interested, let me know.

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