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Overprice much?

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I know its is low mileage and from pics looks pretty good plus the whole Pontiac doesn't exist thing anymore but I mean $35k for a WS6? That just seems ridiculous to me, he doesn't list any mods, engine bay looks bone stock. This would be a great car to collect and then maybe in 10 years sell it for $35k if its kept but now I just think overpriced...

I like the air freshener on the turn signal though

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I think the air freshner is to keep down the bull that is taking over the car. It is a nice car but maybe $15,000 and I would start the bidding at $10,000

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uhhhhhhh no. email him with instructions on how to kill himself. i know MONSTEROUSLY modded gto's with less than 10k miles for that price. were talking twin turbos n such.

uh edit.

look at this shit. twins and 315 tires in the back.... 600+ hp....


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