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Old 02-15-2012, 06:33 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by ac_2007 View Post
I think that has less to do with the depreciation of the car, and more to do with:
a) the condition of the car (must've been horrible)
b) the seller of the vehicle didn't know the value of what he was selling
I think you're right with number 2 but I saw the car and it was clean.
Exterior and interior were clean. Leather had regular wear but not excessive.
I would be driving it right now if I had found out sooner.
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