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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-22-2009, 10:52 AM Thread Starter
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Anybody been trooling craigslist

The economy is beginning to takes its toll on people in our area. I just did a search for something and saw way more classic muscle cars and exotics than I've ever seen before on it. For the most part, rare muscle whether it was a project or finished car with low miles. For some of you, bargains may be closer than I thought. BTW, no classic here. I was looking for a car for the misses - lexus.
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Re: Anybody been trooling craigslist

Every day

Found a 66 K code fastback in Eugene Oregon, no drivetrain for 12K,

http://eugene.craigslist.org type in 1966 mustang fastback.


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Sold a couple cars the other day (not classics) at half of what they were worth. Opened my eyes, man things are bad out there. It's definatly a buyers world now a day's.

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There's still a few crazies out there. I saw a 67 c-code coupe, with a rebuilt drivetrain and a 10 foot paint job for $20k. Nice car, but nowhere near being worth that much money.

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Re: Anybody been trooling craigslist

Yep, lots of cars for sale and think there will continue to be until things start to turn around with the economy.

Troy - you sure it's a K code? The VIN listed in the ad is 6R09A124587.

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Re: Anybody been trooling craigslist

He told me K until I just saw his add relisted with the vin. Good luck at $12K.


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Spend most of my time trolling for JOBS!

Sure makes me glad I sold my coupe when I did :p

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Ken , You like beer right? start your own micro business with 51% ownership with your wife, Get a woman owned small business grant/loan. Make colored beer like green/red/brown...ect and have a leprechaun as the theme with one of them plastic looking bare bubble butt/monkey butt the same color as the beer in the bottle.

You can start this small and sell to the micro brew places/bars.

With a funny looking theme.It might take off and get a nick name like lucky butt.

Just a thought!
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Cheap ford in Bellevue:

http://seattle.craigslist.org/est/cto/1042058292.html

1953 Ford Consul, $500 OBO, Rare find, neat car, neads rear axle work, Great MPG!!
Call Moe at Superior Auto Trim (425) 454-5860 or [email protected]


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