Ford Mustang Convertible for sale

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A: Try kelleybluebook.com You just input all of the known information about the car and it always gives you a very accurate price range every time. Q: What is a reasonable price to sale my Ford SVT Cobra Mustang? 2001 black, convertible, excellent condition except a few small chips on the hood from the previous […]

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Chrysler Sebring Convertibles

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A: Chrysler has been plagued with transmission problems on the sebring as well as engine problems,and that combined with other things as well as market value drives the price of them down a lot,the sebring is a good looking car,but it has its share of problems,i seen one the other day or sale for 2 […]

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2010 Chrysler Sebring Convertible

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A: The Sebring is the modern clunker. No model from the past and today is even fairly good. Just run away from it. Buy a BMW 328i or a Volvo C70 T5. Q: Ugliest Cars??? What do you think? who agrees these are some of the ugliest cars ever… Acura TL (upcoming 2010) BMW x3 […]

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Used Sebring Convertible

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A: shocks and struts easily 500 bucks parts and labor, you should, as you’ve stated, have it looked over not by a mechanic, but by an ase certified technician, most shops can do a pre purchase inspection for an hours labor, so you might be out 70-100 dollars but at least you will have a […]

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Sebring Convertible for sale

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A: check autos.ebay.com, www.craigslist.org or www.cars.com. Q: What is the best time to sell a Sebring Convertible? I’m thinking of selling my Sebring Convertible and I want to know what is the best time of the year to put it up for sale. The car is nearly new. Thanks!! A: MArch or april IF you […]

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Sebring Convertible

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A: NO, it will probably not work. The Sebring convertible and Sebring hardtop are 2 completely different vehicles. The hardtop is Mitsubishi, and has a Mitsubishi amplifier in it. The Convertible is Chrysler, and has a Chrysler amplifier in it. The plugs will likely be different preventing him from being able to plug it in. […]

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Chrysler Sebring Convertible

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Any ideas as to what’s up? A: Check the drain outlets in the floor. if they are clogged, water will build-up in the car instead of draining out. There should be a on the right and left, just in front of the rear wheels. Good luck. Q: 1996 Chrysler Sebring Convertible- What’s the problem with […]

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Chevy Corvette Convertible

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Q: ‘01 Chevy Corvette Convertible? Can a corvette convertible go through a regular car wash? A: I never take mine thru a regular car wash. I paid way too much for it to risk damage to the undercarriage and also damage to the paint. Commercial car washes are very hard on your paintjob. Find a […]

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2010 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

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The 2010 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible http://image.automotive.com/f/features/22429451+pheader/vemp_0909_01_z+2010_chevrolet_corvette_grand_sport+front_left_view.jpg The 2010 Viper SRT10 Convertible http://www.boston.com/cars/newsandreviews/overdrive/2009-Dodge-Viper-front.jpg A: The Viper. Vettes are a dime a dozen mate. Edit: Since 2008, Viper V10 produces 600bhp. Q: Which car would you rather have? 2010 Ford Shelby GT500 http://autos.yahoo.com/2010_ford_shelby_gt500_convertible/ 2009 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 ZR-3 http://autos.yahoo.com/2009_chevrolet_corvette_zr1_zr_3/ or 2009 Dodge Viper SRT-10 Convertible http://autos.yahoo.com/2009_dodge_viper_srt_10_convertible/;_ylt=Ar5WFi7RUm2u6gZCqmnocdcwhb8F;_ylv=3 […]

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Used Corvette Convertible for sale

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http://www.corvetteblogger.com/index.cfm/2008/1/18/BarrettJackson-08-VIDEO-A-Tale-of-Two-1963-Corvettes Lot #709 is a Tuxedo Black convertible with a ‘67 stinger hood and 20″ Foose rims. It has the 327 ci 340 hp L76 engine and is coupled to a 4-speed transmission. It’s bling was showing for a reason as it was recently used in the making of a music video by the rapper […]

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