97 Rv4 RFQ WEB All wheel drive, 5 speed manual, 152,000 miles, converted to propane, runs 40% cheaper and lots cleaner than gas, runs on gas or LP with the flip of a switch, over 600 mile range with both tanks full.

97 Rv4 Front WEBGood rubber, new battery. Clutch, water pump and radiator replaced in last two years. Brakes new in April. Roof rack. Four door. Side windows are darkly tinted, rear window and windshield are clear.

97Rv4 RFQ WEBMarchamo current and riteve inspection good till April 2011. Needs left front headlight. Will fix it or credit $250. Mechanically sound, cosmetically challenged. A few dings and the hood is wrinkled but opens and closes fine.

WE'LL TAKE THE BEST OFFER OVER $4000 AS OF 9 AM AUGUST 24, 2010, when Hal will meet the high bidder at our attorney's office with the car to close the deal. Email Hal for a test drive or for the current best offer anytime. Buyer pays transfer taxes. We pay the abogado.

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97 Rv4 LRQ WEB

97 Rv4 Lside WEB 97 Rv4 Tank WEB





Comments: Don't ask Hal how the cosmetics got challenged or I will get in trouble all over again.

For the price, I looked up the car on Kelly's Blue Book and doubled the fair condition price which is right around $5,000. Cars are double here, no gettin' around it. Then Hal looked up the car on ticocarros.com and the cheapest Rav4 is 4,400,000 colones! Which is double our price… hmmmm. Ticos are notorious for starting off negotiations at 50%. All my long time expat and local friends told me so. Maybe that explains it? Those cars are all dealer cars in better shape, so they say, with fewer miles. If you believe a dealer's odometer. Not that I wouldn't.

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