jh50 Posted July 15, 2005 Report Share Posted July 15, 2005 He was impressed and somewhat nervous when I told him this board had helped me out with a VIN search ... he had given me the #, asking for the results ... and was nervous about the collision repair from 2004. Unless its a really low $$ figure, I will happily stay with my own car ...I've spent about 2k this year in rims, touch ups, tint, brakes, leather dye, coolant changes, belt and hose replacements, etc., and I don't have a single mechanical issue. Ted, I don't know how long you have been looking for a 98+ Seville, but if you feel the deal is too good to pass up then go for it. However, let the dealer know that given the collision work on the car, you are more than willing to look for another car. There are plenty of others out there. Personally, I would rather have a car I knew the history of (plus no mechanical issues) than take a chance on a car with an unknown history that was involved in an unknown accident. I think your car looks great You have obviously taken care of it. As far as depriciation goes, all cars depreciate. I'm sure the 98+ Seville's will start to see their depriciation with the ending of the car and the new look of the STS, CTS, SRX, etc. (BTW, the CTS is undergoing a facelift for 2007 which will make the 2002-2006 CTS look outdated). Joe Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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