You get what you pay for. A fully done car is going cost at least that much. Sold my 236K 2001 last year for $5,300. https://www.ebay.com/itm/2001-Honda-Insight-with-FREE-DELIVERY-/153143310540?nordt=true&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.m43663.l44720He wants 4K for the car.
Seems like a good deal but concerned buying a car with over 200K miles for that much.
SOLD: $375 (pending approval) = $730 with fees. Great deal for someone in Massachusetts.Blue 2002 CVT with 45,894 mi on Long Island has a Copart auction date of April 17. Looks good but dirty inside, needs grid charge at minimum, 33.3 lifetime MPG
It looks like it was stored since 2010 and last serviced 3000 miles ago in 2010. Probably sat for the last 8 years.
paint looks good. I think its a good purchase. "Buy It Now" for $700 + fees of $545 = $1245. I've seen these go for super low like $250. I think this one might auction off at $300-$500 if you all don't bid against each other. Net cost would be $655 for a $300 bid, $915 for a $500 bid. Plus towing charges.
I HATE to see a seemingly good car go to the scrapper unnecessarily. I hope someone here buys it.
Does anyone in this group live on Long Island? The car is in Brookhaven, NY.
Yes, well, parts of the IMA system are out of it, but still here.
I'll do my best.I also suggest advertise on e-bay/auto trader and post on this forum in the buy sell section.
Post plenty of decent pictures of everything and the prices you want.
But I'm still waiting to be accepted into the Facebook group – until I am I cannot post, seemingly ...I'll do my best...
For maximum exposure to sell a car e-bay is best by a mile, I don't use Craigslist so certainly would not have seen it on there.Meanwhile I've put the car up on Craig's list for Devon and Cornwall.