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Dave Haggas
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From:united kingdom
Registered: May 2007
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posted 06-28-2007 03:20 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Dave Haggas     send a private message to Dave Haggas   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Search for more posts by Dave Haggas
Hi All,
I live in the UK and am on the look out for my first Prowler.I have just driven one and would like your opinion on cost please.It is a 1999 model in Purple with painted alloys.It has a grey interior and grey bumpers.The hood is as new.Mileage is 11750 and has had 2 owners.There is a large stone chip on the hood(not dented)There are a few minor scratches to the bodywork,a couple quite deep on the front wheelarch.The front lower arms have gravel rash to the extent they will need repainting/laquering.The front wheels have curb marks on them that are quite deep and one of the rear wheels has a deep scuff on one of the spokes.The car drives fine although the dash shows the low tire pressure warning.How much should I be paying for this?Any help is greatly appreciated.If there are any guys reading this from the UK who may want to sell a Prowler,please contact me on davecarhaggas@aol.com.
Kruisin Kat

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From:Rochester, NH, USA
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The biggest problem being your in the UK, Your selection of Prowlers for sale will be very limited. So this may keep the asking price higher than if you were buying in the states.

In the states you would probably pass on this one and look for a better example.

I would do some research into the cost to bring it to "like new" and deduct that amount from the asking price. At that point you need to decide if that amount is to your liking and budget.

Good luck.


Dave Haggas
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posted 06-28-2007 03:47 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Dave Haggas     send a private message to Dave Haggas   Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote   Search for more posts by Dave Haggas
Thanks for your reply.I know the rarity value may cause me a problem.The car I drove was 40 mins from home,the only other one that was for sale was in scotland,5 hours drive away.The scottish one was the same in spec as the driven one and sold 3 days ago for 21500.The one I drove is 24,500!!!
I think I will keep looking.......

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