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Amazing example. I love when love mileage bits appear out of nowhere.
 

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From those pictures the interior looks to be in similar condition to my 108k example.
 

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Ha. They'll be lucky to get half of what their buy it now price is.
Hmm, I dont know. If I was super Rich, and wanted a pristine P38, I'd go for it...
 

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vmystikilv said:
kmagnuss said:
Ha. They'll be lucky to get half of what their buy it now price is.
Hmm, I dont know. If I was super Rich, and wanted a pristine P38, I'd go for it...

No you wouldn't. Maybe if you were hood rich.

I bet it doesn't get a single bid.
 

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No you wouldn't. Maybe if you were hood rich.
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Your Right, I wouldn't
 

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it's only done 870 odd miles per year. don't reckon i'd buy it for that price. $22,666 USD = $28,248 AUD
i understand there can be issues with something that's sitting around for that extended period of time.
btw what does 'never titled' mean ? does it mean it's never been taken off the dealers inventory ?
it is very nice tho.

....................tasi
 

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My sister had a 1 year old RRC which sat for 2 years while her husband was transfered to Hong Kong. After that her truck always seemed to have seal and gasket problems.
 

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My sister had a 1 year old RRC which sat for 2 years while her husband was transfered to Hong Kong. After that her truck always seemed to have seal and gasket problems.
They all must have dried up.
 

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I would love to see if a bank would finance a car of that age for the asking price. I have my doubts, and unless the car was stored in an environmentally controled storage facility I think it would be a safe bet that it won't be long before it starts having some issues. No bids btw at this time of posting :lol:
 

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Must resist. Check book burning bad.


You guys are crazy for not wanting this. I want this and a GMT400 GMC Suburban with super low miles to preserve and show my kids one day what real cars where like and this thing called a VHS. Back in the days when we got charged $1 for returning a movie that wasnt rewinded.
 

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Doctor Leo said:
Must resist. Check book burning bad.


You guys are crazy for not wanting this. I want this and a GMT400 GMC Suburban with super low miles to preserve and show my kids one day what real cars where like and this thing called a VHS. Back in the days when we got charged $1 for returning a movie that wasnt rewinded.
:lol: :lol: :lol:

I want it, just dont want to pay it. Ill keep mine and buy a MKIII for substantially less.

P.S Heck, I still got laserdisc around :geek: , these kids dont know how good they got it not to have to get up in the middle of the movie and flip a disc :snooty: . I refuse to buy all the Godfathers or star treks again :wink:
 

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Hey, but if that car hasn't left the original dealers inventory, wouldn't it technically still have 4 years and 43,899 miles left on the factory warranty,
if I remember correctly the warranty starts at the date of first purchase, not the build date.
 

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I wonder why they don't make a big deal about why it's mileage is so low, who knows?, maybe this thing is the biggest lemon ever produced and they just can't sell it. The 6100 miles have been put on by test drive after test drive. I've taken new vehicles out for testburns and they were junk from the word GO. :hand:
 

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Hey, but if that car hasn't left the original dealers inventory, wouldn't it technically still have 4 years and 43,899 miles left on the factory warranty,
if I remember correctly the warranty starts at the date of first purchase, not the build date.

Hmm :think: you got a point

It says that the range is still under existing warranty....wonder if I can get a 10year 100000 miles extended :D
 

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vmystikilv said:
MY RANGE said:
Hey, but if that car hasn't left the original dealers inventory, wouldn't it technically still have 4 years and 43,899 miles left on the factory warranty,
if I remember correctly the warranty starts at the date of first purchase, not the build date.

Hmm :think: you got a point

It says that the range is still under existing warranty....wonder if I can get a 10year 100000 miles extended :D
I would think so. WHAT A PURCHASE. not a MKIII, but the cheapest "new" P38 you will ever see, dare I say the last "new" p38.
 

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