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Old 10-24-2018, 08:24 AM
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Anyone looking for a black ss sedan?

Came across this and figured someone may be looking. https://dallas.craigslist.org/ftw/ctd/d/2009-chevrolet-cobalt-black/6729979027.html
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$6k? for crying out loud
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Old 10-24-2018, 11:47 AM
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$6k? for crying out loud
what's wrong with that? That's a decent price given it's under 100k, clean title (from what I saw). I rarely see sedans pop up.
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it's low. depressing.
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Buyer's market I guess, since nobody has any kind of real disposable cash these days.
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Buyer's market I guess, since nobody has any kind of real disposable cash these days.
People seem to have plenty of cash to buy huge trucks and SUV's for $80k. It's 2006 again.
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People seem to have plenty of cash to buy huge trucks and SUV's for $80k. It's 2006 again.
And 2 years later the crash, which many still haven't recovered from. Go figure JP Morgan says another crash is gonna happen 2 years from now.
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Yup and thats why my sedan isn't going anywhere
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People seem to have plenty of cash to buy huge trucks and SUV's for $80k. It's 2006 again.
eh that only lasts until they realize the cost of gas for running one. Diesel or not. The town I live in is about 80k people and the number of large trucks at dealerships etc is increasing every day. Regardless of the fact our premium gas is under 3.40 a gallon. I'd rather an enthusiast scoop up a sedan for 6k and at least give it to someone who cares vs some young kid who will wrap it around a pole. If all owners are enthusiasts then we can drive up the resale value lol
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And 2 years later the crash, which many still haven't recovered from. Go figure JP Morgan says another crash is gonna happen 2 years from now.
Domestic car companies are even nixing their sedan models (esp Ford). It's deja vu all over again.

Remember when GM put all their eggs into the Tahoe/Suburban basket then they went bankrupt? Pepperidge Farms remembers.
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Domestic car companies are even nixing their sedan models (esp Ford). It's deja vu all over again.

Remember when GM put all their eggs into the Tahoe/Suburban basket then they went bankrupt? Pepperidge Farms remembers.
Yep. The never learned. ****, look at Holden (GM). They had to stop production in Australia.
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Gonna be good for us in the automotive repair. People will start maintaining their older cars instead of buying new which is better money for me. Does suck these cars are getting driven down so much though. Esp since I don't have the money to buy the nice ones.
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People seem to have plenty of cash to buy huge trucks and SUV's for $80k. It's 2006 again.
You're mistaking credit for cash
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You're mistaking credit for cash
You're right!!!!
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People seem to have plenty of cash to buy huge trucks and SUV's for $80k. It's 2006 again.
very long loans and huge payments
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