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Old 03-11-2008, 06:55 PM   #1
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Another VX for sale, but $5500!

http://losangeles.craigslist.org/lgb/car/603309810.html
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Wrong wheels.
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Old 03-11-2008, 08:37 PM   #3
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wow.. very expensive, doesnt have its original lightweight wheels on. its really worth half of that price, since its a 17 year old car thats about 11k or so brand new
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Wrong tires & wheels and CA car means Federal gets better mileage. $2500-3000 I say. Now in a few years when gas tops $5, this will be worth it in this shape, but not until, and needs LRR tires & original wheels.
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that is really a 11k car when its new 17 years ago, now the guy wants to sell it for 5,500 (which is exactly half price) is way too much. I wished cars kept their value like that, i'll so buy a brand new car and not worry about deprecation
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smalldisplacementfreak -

Wow, that makes the VX I found last year a bargain :

1993 Honda VX - $4050
http://www.gassavers.org/showthread.php?t=2885

Someone's counting on $5 gas in LA!!!!

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cfq83 - Now THAT VX looked a lot sweeter. Don't find them much in the blue, and WAY less miles, not to mention correct rims & tires.

I'd buy the blue one from last year WAY sooner.

Finding a 1991 CRX with say 90-115K on it would be about the only thing sweeter. ('91s have the best resale value - last year of it and all)
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