Well I posted my citation up last night (my new car purchase required that it go) Well I posted it up on craigslist for $800, it needs some brake work but it runs and drives great along with being in excellent condition. I got all kinds of calls about people wanting it for there kids 1st car, to tub it out and V8 it, and if any of them got it it would have been there choice but I would have wanted it to go to a good home and it did. A guy who owns a company that deals in automotive movie props bought it and at my asking price, apparently the car is going to be going into some up coming movie and HBO series. he was looking at it like it was a diamond sitting in the middle of the street, I hate to see it go but im glad its going to a good home.
(the car was all original hunter green with 26K original miles)
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I sold my 89 Cavalier Z-24 a while ago. it was unrestored and high mileage but ran real good, it was stick shift and I'll bet it would beat a 3rd generation Camero. There was little interest and I sold it to a weird kid with funney hair and clothes, I was so glad to sell it I failed to get his name and address. So I was unable to report the sale to the DMV and he never transferred the title. I wound up paying for 4 parking tickets, and it finally got impounded and I paid the impound fees. It cost me $577 all total from a $1,000 sale. More than the money almost, I was super stressed out for about 6 months over this mess.