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Old 08-03-2012, 01:50 PM   #1
Squeeb1989
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Hit a dear, oh great.

I have a 1994 Nissan Sentra 1.6l 5speed coupe.

I bought the car last fall for 1800 bucks, now it's not too good in shape and I hit a deer a couple weeks ago. I'm thinking about just getting rid of it because I already have two other vehicles and one project.

I'm wondering how much value the car has.

It still runs and drives, nothing leaks all the damage is basic cosmetic. The beam that runs across the front to bolt the radiator on is bent a little inward but hasn't caused any damage. the hood looks really bad, crunched and I needed a screw driver to pop open but It still closes. car has less than 160k miles. Standard everything.

Was going to ask $1000 but hoping to get around 8-900
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