Tauruses don't have a reputation for being the Exclusive Sedan for the Elderly.
Lin Cont sound as good, and they are cheap used.
Pic, this is not uncommon, low miles cars at reasonable price.
Yeah, the one nobody ever wants :lol2:Ah, but it's that rare Spruce Green Metallic color.
Yeah, the one nobody ever wants :lol2:
Ford dealers always charge more. My Bull was $6,800 out the door at my Ford Dealer. Given that it was minty fresh with only 79,450 miles, I didn't know any better at the time :lol2:
I'm sure at a private sale I could have done $5,500 or less for a similar sample, but what can I say. I'm not going to cry about it after the fact. I was desperate for a car (I had been without one for over a month at that point).
I tried my best to do my research at the time, but what I didn't really understand was that dealers seems to have a different idea of what these are worth compared to everyone else. It seemed reasonable enough :rolleyes2: It was my first actual car buying experience. I even got suckered into the gap insurance!You don't want to know what mine cost then...
This is true. I can add my own flavor to the car without having to take anything away. The interior is mint too, so that's nice. Ideally I'd like to end up with something similar to Holly, but I don't know how well Centennials would work with Windveil Blue. I also really like those Gen 4 updated "Slicer" wheels that are apparently kind of rare.Sometimes it's nice to start off with a basic car. I've had fun adding the options I've had to. When I was looking, I wanted a moonroof, spoiler, and CD player. I was willing to compromise on the spoiler and moonroof, but I ended up finding Holly, and getting the guy to hold it over the weekend for me.