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  • 25Horseplay
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    Originally posted by DuritzCrows17
    Originally posted by 25Horseplay
    Originally posted by DuritzCrows17
    yeah that roof rack is very rare and would make you alot of cash if you chose to sell it after buying the car.
    They are only worth what someone will pay for them.
    I sold two badly faded rear festiva mudflaps for $60 bucks, with that being said.
    There are alot of people wanting mudflaps and a handful that would want a roof rack. I had the chance for one and passed. Although I do have some NOS mudflaps!

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  • DuritzCrows17
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    Originally posted by 25Horseplay
    Originally posted by DuritzCrows17
    yeah that roof rack is very rare and would make you alot of cash if you chose to sell it after buying the car.
    They are only worth what someone will pay for them.
    I sold two badly faded rear festiva mudflaps for $60 bucks, with that being said.

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  • 25Horseplay
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    Originally posted by DuritzCrows17
    yeah that roof rack is very rare and would make you alot of cash if you chose to sell it after buying the car.
    They are only worth what someone will pay for them.

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  • freshtiva
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    Originally posted by DuritzCrows17
    yeah that roof rack is very rare and would make you alot of cash if you chose to sell it after buying the car.

    Oh thanks

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  • DuritzCrows17
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    yeah that roof rack is very rare and would make you alot of cash if you chose to sell it after buying the car.

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  • freshtiva
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    Yeah, Id say its a LX too. By the looks of the wide body molding, black roof pillars, passengerside mirror, etc. Looks clean too. If you buy the other one Ill buy the roof rack from you if you dont like it.

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  • Axlander9289
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    The white one is a '90 LX, possibly the most sought after Festiva. It has the low back seats and power mirrors that practically everyone on this board s over. It looks clean and seems to have a straight body. Even with the mileage, I think It would be a good buy for $900 provided that it runs alright. That being said, there's nothing wrong with offering $750.

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  • ominous
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    Originally posted by kuntry_boi06
    if your in the ky region mine is for sale and its in good shape
    I'm in New Mexico, but I'm ok with paying a car to get it shipped if it's nice enough (I once had a car shipped from PA and it wasn't too expensive), or even flying out and driving it back.

    I did see yours in the for sale forum, but I want a manual for sure. Thanks for the offer though.

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  • kuntry_boi06
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    if your in the ky region mine is for sale and its in good shape

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  • ominous
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    Originally posted by dahodges
    You didn't say anything about mileage.
    Oops The $650 one doesn't list the mileage and the $900 has 200K.

    Originally posted by freshtiva
    I paid on average $156.25 for my last four. I parted out one and it paid for all the others plus some.
    Dang that's pretty cheap. A few weeks ago there was one on the other side of the state that didn't run, so the owner was giving it away for free. I'm really kicking myself for not picking that one up

    They are both on Craigslist, here are the links:
    http://albuquerque.craigslist.org/car/496730661.html
    http://albuquerque.craigslist.org/car/510470777.html

    I really dig the roof rack on the green one

    Thanks for all of the comments so far, I'll probably look at them both this weekend!

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  • freshtiva
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    I paid on average $156.25 for my last four. I parted out one and it paid for all the others plus some.

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  • Damkid
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    i paid $900 for mine and it needed very little to get it on the road

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  • Axlander9289
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    I paid $100 for my first one with a bad clutch, oil leaks, dented body, and bald tires. I paid $1200 for my second with a new clutch, wheel bearings, brakes, and tires, cold air, and a straight body and clean interior. I think the $900 is a bit more reasonable than $650 for one that needs a transmission. I'd say $300 tops for that one.

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  • Maxtiva
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    I've paid 1700$ CAN for my Festiva 1993 LX. Good motor, good trans (5speed), good body (no dent), low km and good interior.

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  • dahodges
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    You didn't say anything about mileage. $650 seems to be a fair price for the average road worthy festiva. Most of the time good running festivas don't stay on the market long. So keep your money handy and jump on the car you want.

    David

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