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$11000 2002? 53 miles on it?

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Yeah only 53 miles, after clocking over for the 4th time or since the odo died 15 years ago. I dont believe odo readings in these cars. Too easy to open them up for repair or winding back.

Beaner7102

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53xxx and the car is some weird nonstock yellow...i dont think so, maybe 253,000

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Yeah only 53 miles, after clocking over for the 4th time or since the odo died 15 years ago. I dont believe odo readings in these cars. Too easy to open them up for repair or winding back.

Beaner7102

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WTF it clearly said 53,000 miles. There is even a picture of the odometer, everyone knows that they roll over, who is to say that the post is a lie. How is this an issue? Could there even be (OMG) documentation?

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I can make anyones car say 53k on it in about 20 minutes with a flat tip screwdriver.. the screws to get out the gauge pannel are thumb screws... don't believe mileage... see what your eyes tell you..

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Forget about the miles. Is the car really super clean, generally "rust free" mechanically solid and straight? If so, it might be worth $11K; having spent much more on mine to get it decent. I'd offer $8100 and see what happens.

Roger

'72 Malaga

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Forget about the miles. Is the car really super clean, generally "rust free" mechanically solid and straight? If so, it might be worth $11K; having spent much more on mine to get it decent. I'd offer $8100 and see what happens.

Roger

'72 Malaga

true, mileage means nothing on these cars unless someone is being deceitful and trying to pass a car off as original miles. my M2 has 680k on it but whats really left of the original car?

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what's with the seats, does the lower half of the passenger side appear to be two tone yellow and black? OR is it just the light?

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what's with the seats, does the lower half of the passenger side appear to be two tone yellow and black? OR is it just the light?

No I do believe that the bottom of that seat is some kind of black and tan. You can see it in the pic of the dash to.

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It's a 76 so in California it's not worth a squirt of piss. ( you would have to smog it )

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i would never spend that much on an 02 right off the bat! i might buy one for $4,000-5,000 and then start spending to get it fixed, but i don't trust anyone but me and my machine @ Bavarian Professionals in the east bay to do $11,000 worth of repairs! and i find that color kinda nasty!

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WTF it clearly said 53,000 miles.

at 99,999 miles, the odometer goes back to... 0 mile. Which means that 54K miles can be 154K, 254K, 354k... It takes a full history of the vehicule since the very early days to prove real low mileage.

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I have tried with my 02 with no results to get the auto history. But I also needed to apply for a lost car title so I don't get to see much of my 02's past. I got mine for 500 dollars and the odo said 82,092 when I got it. Its def around 180 if not 280 but the rebuild is coming either way!

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