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PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2017 11:32 am 
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So my daughter has fallen for Gerry the Geo(yep, she named it) so it's time to sell Her GT.

1992 Swift GT
you know the spec's... it does have fog's
The odometer reads 15,000 and dont even ask if it's 100 or 200, it's a GT...
Oregon car it's whole life, so no rust.
The front end was rebuilt by us less than 15K ago....new balls, bushings, sway ends, C/V's and brakes.
the interior is nice except for drivers bolster, and i have the matching fabric for the repair.
Non smoker...no mold or funny smells
no, the tray isnt back there, sorry :(
The only real body damage is where the original F-ing retarded owner couldnt keep the seatbelt out of the door jam(f-ing &o&ksucking bastards) i included pictures.
I have not cleaned or waxed it this year(it sat outside this last winter
Tires will get you there, but should be replaced soon
It has a clean and clear title, and has only had one previous owner. I bought it from a mechanic who wasn't paid a bill from the original owner for what he said was a massive oil leak(doesn't leak nothing now)
It runs and drives as it should

I dont play games with numbers, if you have 22 $100 dollar bills in your pocket, it's all yours, and if your bad as shit at math like me, that is $2200 FIRM. if your one of those people that needs the satisfaction of talking someone down, just let me know how much you want to talk me down and i shall adjust the price accordingly :lol:

the car is located in Salem, Oregon

i am Jason, my phone number is 503-375-9394

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PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2017 3:24 pm 
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PostPosted: Wed May 24, 2017 8:44 am 
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That is some crazy seatbelt carnage!

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PostPosted: Wed May 24, 2017 7:17 pm 
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macuserman wrote:
That is some crazy seatbelt carnage!

Your not kidding....makes you want to go back in time, find there dad and kick him in the balls real hard...


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PostPosted: Fri May 26, 2017 6:32 pm 
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Well Uncle Sam gave me some cash so I have it burning a hole in my checkbook.
Will this car make it from there to Missouri, about 1500-1600 miles?

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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 8:24 am 
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old redneck wrote:
Well Uncle Sam gave me some cash so I have it burning a hole in my checkbook.
Will this car make it from there to Missouri, about 1500-1600 miles?

I see absolutely no reason it shouldn't!
as i said, the tires should get you there, but all the way to missouri i might think about getting the tires before the trip, if you know what i mean :D

I did clean the exterior up the other day as it has sat out all winter, and in the process i did notice that there is some VERY minor surface rust around the gasket on the top of the windshield, and a couple spots at the bottom of the hatch glass. These have popped up this winter, i'm think because it was inmobil as i had not noticed them before.
If your serious, i could take a slew of pictures for you, in closer detail for you to make the decision....we could also do a vid chat walk around...
let me know!


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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 8:24 am 
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old redneck wrote:
Well Uncle Sam gave me some cash so I have it burning a hole in my checkbook.
Will this car make it from there to Missouri, about 1500-1600 miles?

I see absolutely no reason it shouldn't!
as i said, the tires should get you there, but all the way to missouri i might think about getting the tires before the trip, if you know what i mean :D

I did clean the exterior up the other day as it has sat out all winter, and in the process i did notice that there is some VERY minor surface rust around the gasket on the top of the windshield, and a couple spots at the bottom of the hatch glass. These have popped up this winter, i'm think because it was inmobil as i had not noticed them before.
If your serious, i could take a slew of pictures for you, in closer detail for you to make the decision....we could also do a vid chat walk around...
let me know!


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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 8:25 am 
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old redneck wrote:
Well Uncle Sam gave me some cash so I have it burning a hole in my checkbook.
Will this car make it from there to Missouri, about 1500-1600 miles?

I see absolutely no reason it shouldn't!
as i said, the tires should get you there, but all the way to missouri i might think about getting the tires before the trip, if you know what i mean :D

I did clean the exterior up the other day as it has sat out all winter, and in the process i did notice that there is some VERY minor surface rust around the gasket on the top of the windshield, and a couple spots at the bottom of the hatch glass. These have popped up this winter, i'm think because it was inmobil as i had not noticed them before.
If your serious, i could take a slew of pictures for you, in closer detail for you to make the decision....we could also do a vid chat walk around...
let me know!


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PostPosted: Tue May 30, 2017 12:16 am 
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Good luck with the sale
I would not hesitate to buy this car from this member
Priced right ........I wish you good health ...scott


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