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Tracking devices are cheap and can be taped to the undercarriage of a car, aren’t noticeable, make no noise, and have low power consumption so battery last quite long.
I just scored a pretty good deal on a pretty good car. A 2013 Toyota Camry XLE with 49,000 miles on it. Owned by a little old lady and hasn't been driven in about 2 years. $11,800. 4cylinder gets 25/35 mpg.
$11 Thousand dollars for a 9 year old Toyota, is only a great deal in LaLa Land, and Joe Biden is the Mayor.
I just scored a pretty good deal on a pretty good car. A 2013 Toyota Camry XLE with 49,000 miles on it. Owned by a little old lady and hasn't been driven in about 2 years. $11,800. 4cylinder gets 25/35 mpg.Do you want to sell it for a profit?
You crack me up, unless I misunderstand you. Here is what they're going for...
I have drove Mazdas now going on 20 years. I've leased over 12 over the years. Now I'm at the point, they all look the same, and so does about every other car on the market, in their associated class.I've leased every one of those Mazdas. I'm looking for a pick up truck to buy outright. Year don't matter, though the older and better shape the better. I want one bench seat, two windows, nothing behind the bench seat but the truck wall and rear window.
You crack me up, unless I misunderstand you. Here is what they're going for...:I know that's what they are going for, and we're in LaLa Land and Joe Biden is the Mayor of LaLa Land. A 9 year old Toyota or most any car for that matter, should be worth a penny over $5 grand.
I had a college reunion this past weekend. Rather than drive separately, my good buddy picked me up in his $250,000 exotic.I kept thinking about how his first year depreciation will be more than my annual mortgage amount. Seems to make him pretty happy and he can afford it though.
Haha, I'll make $200?
The car I drive in Baja California Sur Mexico is a 2002 Jeep Wrangler 4x4