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Two ads for the car, first has price at $1495, second one 2 weeks later at $975.

May 24 http://kpr.craigslist.org/cto/3036767616.html
May 7 http://kpr.craigslist.org/cto/3002586679.html (this one has pictures)

I drove by this car last week - saw it from 100 ft (nice neighborhood). Looked decent but awful repaint/primer. Looks like it was originally red, but now it has been turned into a two-tone, lower red, upper grey/primer. From the pics there may be wiring issues. I'm 250 miles away now so can't check it out.

May 07 ad:
Less than 150K miles. Runs strong. 5 speed manual.

Power windows and power sunroof work.

This car is in "project car" condition. Body is pretty straight. Has a rust spot in hatch area and a few other dings/scratches but nothing major. Has some primer and other spray paint (from previous owner), needs paint job.
Needs new windshield, new front tires, new exhaust. Interior is pretty rough, badly cracked dash. Signal light lever is broke. Air only blows through the defrost area. No stereo, etc. Again. This is a project ready car. On the upside, the engine and transmission are in GREAT CONDITION! Does not smoke, burn oil or leak. If you've done any research on these engines (2.8 liter straight 6 cylinder), than you already know how bullet proof they are. This car will easily reach 300K miles. Only selling because of my new job plus I can't dedicate any time to it right now. By the way, the handling on this car is AMAZING (stock but the suspension was made by LOTUS)...handles great!

Serious inquires only.
Call or text 509-539-2017
5405 West Dradie Street, Pasco

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May 24 ad:
1984 Toyota Supra, less than 150K original miles on it. Runs good, strong engine. Doesn't have any engine leaks, doesn't smoke - mechanically sound.
Needs new paint and interior is pretty rough. Good project car or cheap transportation. Call or text 539-2017
 

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It is the same car, just price dropped - phone # is the same. Usual desert interior - cracked dash, etc. This may have been a car I noticed for sale on CL in Milton-Freewater ~ a year ago (hmm, I've never been to M-F actually). I think it could be restored. These car's are getting more rare and some real parts cars are showing up (parked for the past 10 years).

The white 82-3 is still at V-Tech Repair (?) about 800 Court St (across from Pasco HS) - been there at least 4 years, just gets moved, bleaching in the sun. I should stop in sometime, but might need a translator (LOL). If 82, bet the vacuum hoses are all rotted, why it doesn't run.

BTW, my 83 spent a year in Ketchikan in the early 90s (Carfax).
 
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