I picked up my second 2004 3door ST170, Imperial Blue, 35k miles, one owner. for a similar price to you
It had a few minor issues with it; stuck passenger door, brake fluid mainly water, rear brake hoses were rusty, power steering fluid had deteriorated, rear bumper was grazed. Small amount of rust around one rear wheel arch and half of sill (which are all done now).
Purchase $3200 June 2010, 56K miles.
- 123K miles (179K miles odometer)
ZX3 total cost to own, purchase paint, maint, 2 x tires - $11K
Insurance $500 annually, MPG Ave - 32, daily mileage average 66
ZX3 total cost to drive per mile = 14 cents
Why have a ZX3?
My 2003 4.7L F-150 cost to drive per mile = 29 cents
Delta = 15 cents a mile. 123K miles @ 15 cents = $18,450.00
That's alota Milwakees Best
Just changed the oil in the red roller skate. SundogJax / 66
2006 Focus ZX4 SES with the SAP
Got it when I was 16 for whatever my parents paid for it. Drove it through High School and College and put 136K on it
2006 Focus ZX4 ST with the SAP
Got it when I was 25 in January of 2015 for $1200 and had to replace quite a bit of stuff and then got the title that said it was rebuilt...Oh well. Auto crossed it then traded it for a 1991 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4...Worst trade ever, want my focus back
2004 Focus SVT 5Door
Got it when I was 30 on 1/25/20 for $1500. Has 159K and had to tow is home. Needs quite a few repairs but is a pretty decent little car.
2015 Ford Focus S. 5-speed manual.
It had 16k miles on it. Purchased in 2018 for $8900.
No damage. No accidents. Was a weird little thing. Power windows in front, cranks in the rear. Most reviews said the car was basically perfect, except for the troublesome automatic transmission. Since mine was a stick, I guess my car completely perfect.
No regrets. I just wish it was faster. lol
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