Okay. It didn't happen. I could have driven it off the lot for $6k, but.. It had an exhaust leak. It sound like it was coming from underneath the middle of the car somewhere. The power antenna didn't work - it was stuck up.. Some of the moldings were bearly holding on. There was a pretty decent sized dent on the passenger back on the bottom where the chrome is.. There was a pretty big, deep scratch about a foot long on the passenger side front fender..
The interior was really nice.. The car is really damn comfortable. It was my first ride in one of these things. It was plenty powerful. VERY hard to control - I might add, though. If I ever need to "get away" or catch somebody, it wouldn't happen... But very, very nice... The interior was practically perfect..
Anyway. The battery was dead when I got there. It was pretty dirty.. I would have taken it for $5k but that's about it. I think I can do better for $6k. Maybe in a week or so I'll be able to come up with $7k...
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