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Category: Domestic
Status: Salvage

I have a 1996 Chrysler Concorde LX for sale, in USA - California.

Mileage: 114000 miles


Asking price is $1400



Make me a reasonable offer!

1996 Chrysler Concorde LX
under 114,000 miles
3.3 liter V6 engine
Power everything - doors, windows, driver's seat, brakes, etc.
Spacious trunk
Seats five comfortably
Cruise Control
Very comfortable car - Good for a daily driver or long trips
RUNS GREAT!
Still gets good mileage. Realistically you are looking at 18mpg street and about 25mpg on the highway. I usually go 300 miles on one tank.
Good stereo with decent bass and plenty of volume (Cassette, AM/FM only)
Tires are in good shape. Front ones are relatively new with plenty of tread.
Car is a very unique color, grey but sort of light purple. Hard to photograph well. People really like the color of this car.
Premium 16" wheels
Registration current through September 2010


I was NOT planning on selling this car but I was unexpectedly given a newer car and I don't want to maintain two vehicles. I JUST PUT over $1000 in to this car. My loss is your gain. Here is what I had done:

New Battery
Front brakes: Ceramic brake pads and NEW rotors
Both front axles replaced
Inner tie rod bushings
Oil pan gasket (part costs nothing but expensive labor!)
Main front cam seal (same as above)
Engine mounts
Transmission mount
Hood support struts
New engine oil dipstick

Car is being sold AS IS but I am an honest guy so I will tell you about the problems I am aware of:

Clear coat on paint is peeling away. Needs a sanding or give it a quick Earl Scheib job
Gas gauge only reads to halfway point. Count your miles or replace sensor
Gas cap could use replacing (doesn't click anymore).
Front speakers crackle so I just leave them off.
Could use a good cleaning and carpet shampoo.
*Car has a Salvaged title* I bought it this way. This means the car was previously in an accident and althought the insurance company deemed it a total loss someone went ahead and fixed it. The repair was done well with the exception of the front left hood which is less than perfect but not very noticeable.

I have driven the car without incident for over 3 years.

Please see attached pictures. Thanks for looking!
 

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