|Today 07:35 PM|
|A Focused Family||
Started car shopping and it just so happened that it was for sale. It was a 1 owner trade-in.
Fell in love with it the moment I saw it.
Then didn't want to drive it as a daily driver once I found out how rare and cool it was and bought the white 2001 as my daily driver...HA!
Only paid 1,800 for it. KBB was 2,300 plus the white one has service records from the time it got it's first oil change at 3K miles until the lastest oil change at 156,000. Oil is still clear.
|Today 04:03 PM|
Meanwhile cold weather package in Southern Arizona is completely useless lol.
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|Today 03:48 PM|
|Nevin W||Yup! Such a nice option. Just one more convenience in cold weather!|
|Today 12:34 PM|
|Sonic 03 SVT|
|Today 12:10 PM|
|Today 06:11 AM|
|Sonic 03 SVT||
|Yesterday 11:53 PM|
|sleepyboy||That's a clean one ya got there.|
|Yesterday 11:39 PM|
|A Focused Family||
Got mine for $4,700 bucks.
Bone stock with 74,500 miles on it and garaged most of it's life.
Plan to have the paint touched up in the spring just for fun.
Plus group photo...lol.
|Yesterday 07:21 PM|
Got mine in August 2013. Paid 3750 for it. Came with a set of snow tires on factory EAP wheels and a full other set of aftermarket wheels and tires as well as a aftermarket stereo, sub, and amp. Seller also included the factory six disc changer and sub package which got promptly reinstalled to get rid of the aftermarket sub box which weighed like 100lbs. I'm sitting at 178,000 miles right now. It also had the eibach sport system shocks struts and springs which are nearly worn out. I've got a full Ford Racing package from Massive fully assembled and ready to install. The car has literally every option I think Ford offered for them including heated seats and moonroof. The only thing I know it doesn't have is the block heater.
|Yesterday 05:12 PM|
my purchase (used) in August 2012
Focus SVT 5 door
only options not installed was recaro seats and traction control
It was in need of a couple tires, alignment, struts, new inner and outer tie rods and several other repair items, so this price was indicative of the needed repairs. I spent nearly $2,000 for parts and did most of the work myself.
as of November 2013, I was in an accident and totaled my car when it had approximately 115,000 miles. Insurance valued my car at $8,400. Adjuster did considered I put in a newly rebuilt motor approximately two months after I purchased the car, I only got credit of about $600 for the $3k of rebuilt motor, new starter, etc... that was all replaced....
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