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Old 02-03-2006, 01:43 PM   #4
blinkwatt
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Check and make the rear set of tires match as well as the rear. Check for the spare tire and tool kit. Turn up the radio and see if the speakers are blown. Get the VIN and call a local dealership and they should be able to tell you if all the recalls on that model have been updated. Make sure that there are at least receipts for the maintaince the previous owner may have done himself,or for service records. If it is a manual ask the owner to take you for a drive in it first to see if they actually know how to drive a stick,see if they pop the clutch,grind gears,the clutch slips etc. Make sure you enjoy it most of all when buying it,a car is a big purchase.
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