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post #1 of 29 Old 09-14-2009, 12:25 AM Thread Starter
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Is this a good deal?

My friend wants to buy a 4th gen vette and he wanted me to ask you guys if this was a good deal.
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180,000 miles is a lot for any car. The fact that it's a Corvette would make me think that a lot of those might be hard miles.

I'd find out exactly when that tranny was rebuilt.

I'd give him $1000 for it, And I'm being serious.

But an Auto Corvette? Hmmm...

EDIT: I just realized you live in CA, so that would explain the high mileage, but it's a Corvette so Corvette miles are still going to be different than Cavalier Miles.

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The body looks good except for that passenger side fender. The seller doesn't list why the fender is the way it is, and I'm wondering if something didn't hit it because on the other side is a large crack also.

180,000 miles is a lot for any car. The fact that it's a Corvette would make me think that a lot of those might be hard miles.

I'd find out exactly when that tranny was rebuilt.

I'd give him $1000 for it, And I'm being serious.

But an Auto Corvette? Hmmm...

EDIT: I just realized you live in CA, so that would explain the high mileage, but it's a Corvette so Corvette miles are still going to be different than Cavalier Miles.
It says the hood had about a 6" crack in the fiberglass but he had it fixed and primered...

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the price is tempting, but those are a lot of miles...

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80s c4s were horrible cars enough said...they were poorly built remember thats the era of chevetes, and citations lol oh and fieros not a good era for GM

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It says the hood had about a 6" crack in the fiberglass but he had it fixed and primered...
Yeah my bad, it was late last night so I didn't realize.
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80s c4s were horrible cars enough said...they were poorly built remember thats the era of chevetes, and citations lol oh and fieros not a good era for GM
Not trying to hijack this thread but just wondering, how better/worse was the quality for an equivalent year 3rd-gen camaro?
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