The Official eBay, Craigslist, etc Links Thread for Cars

Trying to sell your Neon and want to get the word out, maybe someone on here would like to buy it from you. Post your Forsale Ad here.
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Post by Midnight_Rider » Mon Sep 30, 2019 11:09 am

Too bad it is an ATX. Well, if I were in the market for another car...
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Post by acr2002 » Tue Oct 01, 2019 12:30 pm

https://atlanta.craigslist.org/eat/cto/ ... 11846.html

This is mine...would really like it to go to a Neon fan not just some random person that will trash it!
2002 Silver ACR-SOLD!
2004 Red SRT-SOLD!
2003 SXT w/ SRT-4 Swap-SOLD!
2000 Neon w/ Magnum Swap-SOLD!
2000 Neon LX -SOLD
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Current : 2003 SXT ATX :(

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Post by Midnight_Rider » Tue Oct 01, 2019 12:51 pm

Very good description, much better than most CL ads. Good job and GLWS!
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Post by occasional demons » Tue Oct 01, 2019 2:15 pm

Fill out a note stating that the converter was included with the sale, and have it notarized along with the title. That way you are protected in case any future buyer has issues with the cat being deleted.

Under EPA laws, the person that sold the car can be made to replace any missing emissions equipment. As long as they sign off that they accepted it as is, and the missing part was included with the understanding that the buyer would install it, you should be good.

You can't be too careful these days.
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Re: The Official eBay, Craigslist, etc Links Thread for Cars

Post by acr2002 » Tue Oct 01, 2019 3:21 pm

occasional demons wrote:
Tue Oct 01, 2019 2:15 pm
Fill out a note stating that the converter was included with the sale, and have it notarized along with the title. That way you are protected in case any future buyer has issues with the cat being deleted.

Under EPA laws, the person that sold the car can be made to replace any missing emissions equipment. As long as they sign off that they accepted it as is, and the missing part was included with the understanding that the buyer would install it, you should be good.

You can't be too careful these days.
Thanks for the advice.

I have a new cat on the way. I will have it installed by the end of the week. Hopefully, it will cut a the noise down as well. I might end up keeping this car for a future Srt4 or 2.4 na swap, which was why I was going cheap on the exhaust for now.
2002 Silver ACR-SOLD!
2004 Red SRT-SOLD!
2003 SXT w/ SRT-4 Swap-SOLD!
2000 Neon w/ Magnum Swap-SOLD!
2000 Neon LX -SOLD
1998 IB R/T Coupe - SOLD
Current : 2003 SXT ATX :(

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Post by occasional demons » Wed Oct 02, 2019 8:28 am

All that safety stuff, and a tie wrap positioned so it gouges your forehead when you get out of the car. :lol:


That's why we wrap it in tape folks. Can you tell I'm not a fan of zip ties in certain places?

And tape would have kept the foam at the seat bolster from getting torn up. It ain't rocket science. All the detail they put into it, and yet someone still managed to fail.

Those pool noodles aren't fire proof, so what's a little tape going to hurt? I doubt a real race car even uses padding, that's what helmets and being strapped in is for. My guess is the dealer added it, so customers wouldn't bump their heads. The driving school students would've/should've been suited up before entering.
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Post by JeremyJ » Wed Oct 02, 2019 12:35 pm

Those Motons though. There's a good amount of money in that car. Seems lame to cheap out on the padding at that point.
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Post by occasional demons » Wed Oct 02, 2019 12:57 pm

Yeah, I'm wondering if the dealer didn't do that hack job.

I would think you would want the roll cage, etc fully exposed, so checking for any developing defects is a simple visual.

Like I said, if you are properly strapped in, and wearing a helmet, you aren't going to contact the tubing, unless it is a horrendous crash. At that point, it is over anyways.

I get roll bar padding on Jeeps and similar recreational vehicles, because most times you don't have a helmet on and don't have a 5 point harness. You might crack your noggin bouncing about.

But a professional sanctioned car/truck/etc, you aren't moving too much. Other than arms flailing a bit. That meager padding they have isn't going to help much there.
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Post by JeremyJ » Wed Oct 02, 2019 1:24 pm

That padding on the front uprights looks mighty thin.
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Post by occasional demons » Wed Oct 09, 2019 7:41 am

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$2000, and they can't even fix that hot mess?
- Intake Manifold replaced with lightweight Manifold
Say What? 2000 MY had a plastic IM, How does it get any lighter than that.

They probably sold off the euro tails, so you don't even get them, just some cheapo e bay tails.

Bungee battery hold down...

It is due for a timing belt, so if you don't have those skills, add another $600 to $800 onto the cost, depending on your location...
****The car must be picked up within 24 hours of hitting BUY. I do not deliver and if you cannot make it to my location in 24 hours for pickup...DO NOT HIT BUY!!!! Contact me immediately after hitting buy to set up a pickup time. Please read through this before making any offer to buy! Failure to follow will result in action being taken against you.****
Um maybe that should be at the top of the listing? Maybe they should take a step back and get a grip. Obviously they don't want to sell this car bad enough. Wife is most likely behind the sale.
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