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[SOLD] 1997 Suzuki X-90 - $1500 #for-sale #Knoxville

Bob Perry · 1587

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Offline Bob Perry

on: Fri Mar 01, 2019 - 04:15:31
SOLDGreat 2 owner fixer upper... runs great, excellent gas mileage... current odometer reading=166475... standard 5 speed manual trans, clutch in good shape, brakes okay, cooling system is good... battery about 4 years old, but holding charge so far, new terminals recently... uses about a quart of oil once a month depending on your driving habits, needs engine rebuild, gas gauge non-functional, Power Windows, driver side non-functional, passenger side just barely works, needs shocks & struts...

4 wheel drive... T-Top (good seals but worn)... Brand new $500 set of Michelin tires... unverified, but I've been told these were only in production for three years, very difficult to find parts... lots of fun to drive, excellent trainer for young drivers... when I bought this, I actually wanted a truck, well I have the truck now but the wheel tax & insurance on two vehicles is just too much for an old guy with a fixed income, love this car but hey...

All guests have access to the chat utility so if interested figure out how to use it, I'm always here, I'll post my phone to yuns there, if you can't figure out the chat utility, probably not a good idea to buy this car lol...


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Bob Perry

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