'93 LE, 95k miles, has small needs-#3700 [Archive] (2024)

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RichP

19th July 2010, 19:52

http://portland.craigslist.org/wsc/cto/1851785066.html

Two owner (says it was his mom's car). Needs rear window & two hubcaps. Not bad if you're in the market for a LE...

Myah's Daddy

19th July 2010, 21:16

I did not go look at the pictures, but I don't think a 93 LE had hub caps

The Driver

19th July 2010, 21:24

I did not go look at the pictures, but I don't think a 93 LE had hub caps

He means the BBS center caps, he pics show at least one missing...

Ralph 3.

19th July 2010, 21:25

What would you call the center caps of BBS wheels?

stimpy14

19th July 2010, 21:30

I did not go look at the pictures, but I don't think a 93 LE had hub caps

But you know what they are talking about right?

Here's another in P-town with similar miles, a hardtop, and all of its hubcaps.

http://providence.craigslist.org/cto/1850082445.html

dantzig

19th July 2010, 21:51

But you know what they are talking about right?

Here's another in P-town with similar miles, a hardtop, and all of its hubcaps.

http://providence.craigslist.org/cto/1850082445.html

Provided it's rust free, that looks like a very good deal!

Vince3

19th July 2010, 22:01

But you know what they are talking about right?

Here's another in P-town with similar miles, a hardtop, and all of its hubcaps.

http://providence.craigslist.org/cto/1850082445.html

98k miles with the factory hardtop and all it's spoilers and accessories for $4750 looks like a pretty fair deal.

Of course the usual rust problems and deferred maintenance/mechanical needs may be lurking(?)...but definitely worth a look if you're in the area.

RichP

19th July 2010, 22:02

I did not go look at the pictures, but I don't think a 93 LE had hub caps

Oops - my bad, I failed to use the only correct way to describe the caps.

But at least I didn't say the car had struts.

Myah's Daddy

19th July 2010, 23:02

Oops - my bad, I failed to use the only correct way to describe the caps.

But at least I didn't say the car had struts.

:D

Myah's Daddy

19th July 2010, 23:03

But you know what they are talking about right?

Here's another in P-town with similar miles, a hardtop, and all of its hubcaps.

http://providence.craigslist.org/cto/1850082445.html

Like I said I did not open the link to the car, so no not really, it could have had different wheels on it

stimpy14

19th July 2010, 23:06

98k miles with the factory hardtop and all it's spoilers and accessories for $4750 looks like a pretty fair deal.

Of course the usual rust problems and deferred maintenance/mechanical needs may be lurking(?)...but definitely worth a look if you're in the area.

This line scared me; "during the winter when you are using the hardtop".

dantzig

19th July 2010, 23:12

Oops - my bad, I failed to use the only correct way to describe the caps.

But at least I didn't say the car had struts.

I learned not to mess that up the hard way :(

viss1

20th July 2010, 05:52

The first one (in the OP) looks like a better deal especially now that they are asking $3499. It'll need a timing belt/WP though in addition to the rear window and center caps.

The second one looks very nice too. Subtract the value of the hardtop and tonneau and you're a few hundred higher than the first one. This one will also need a TB/WP.

I guess they could sort of be considered a wash if you consider the cost/effort of getting a window sewn into the first one's top, plus $100 for the center caps. Personally I'd offer $3250 for the first one.

RichP

20th July 2010, 09:45

The first one (in the OP) looks like a better deal especially now that they are asking $3499. It'll need a timing belt/WP though in addition to the rear window and center caps.

The second one looks very nice too. Subtract the value of the hardtop and tonneau and you're a few hundred higher than the first one. This one will also need a TB/WP.

I guess they could sort of be considered a wash if you consider the cost/effort of getting a window sewn into the first one's top, plus $100 for the center caps. Personally I'd offer $3250 for the first one.

One other factor is that the two cars are on opposite coasts (it's Portland, Oregon, NOT Maine!)

RichP

25th July 2010, 12:24

Price now cut to $3000 - if I didn't already have a Miata I'd probably go get this one:
http://portland.craigslist.org/wsc/cto/1860119778.html

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