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i dont finance vehicles, it's too much in interest and insurance

i'm not concerned about safety features and/or small vehicles. i drive a truck for a living, and am trained to see things before they happen. i save lives and serious injury regularly via avoiding knuckle head drivers

btw, the poster dropped the price to $1800 "firm"
at that price i could likely drive a year or 2 and the vehicle would pay for itself

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i dont finance vehicles, it's too much in interest and insurance

i'm not concerned about safety features and/or small vehicles. i drive a truck for a living, and am trained to see things before they happen. i save lives and serious injury regularly via avoiding knuckle head drivers

btw, the poster dropped the price to $1800 "firm"
at that price i could likely drive a year or 2 and the vehicle would pay for itself

thanks for the replies

Assuming no repairs...It seems like you want it regardless. At least get some maint. info.
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