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I have a 1990 Eagle Talon TSi with all wheel drive. It's got 138,000 miles but now has a timing belt issue and is not running. The car is in otherwise good condition for it's age. I had the problem paint areas refinished a couple of years ago and it still looks good other than a small ding here and there. Would a dealer still consider taking this on a trade or would it be better to get it running and trade later? I was looking into getting something else before this problem happened and wonder if it's worth it. Thanks. -Pete, N Columbus
All dealers are looking for deals right now, WHY ...... * December is one of the best months to buy. * Business is super slow right now. * End of year clearance is going on. The dealers will put more money in your trade now because it slowed down a ton after CASH FOR CLUNKERS ended. Phil at First Impressions loves these cars because he races them. Give him a call at 614-274-5555 he would probably love to buy it. Then take the money and put down on a new car.
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