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Ford Freestar Prices Paid and Buying Experience

Karen_SKaren_S Posts: 5,092
edited April 2014 in Ford
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  • datbadatba Posts: 3
    i have a 71 mercury montrey for sale it runs but it has not so good seats but everything else is stock and very good.
  • datbadatba Posts: 3
    i jus want to know wats a good price for a nice classic car
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,976
    It looks like you have a conversation going over on the Classic Cars board. That is probably the best place for your question.

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  • Looks like this has been here a while without much (serious) response. I paid invoice from my 2004 Freestar, SEL. I bought it from a dealer I had bought from several times before so I don't mess around with negotiating. I told them right up front all I would pay was invoice like I had paid for my other cars. I let them respond. I had a trade so I negotiated on it because I didn't want the hassle of selling it myself and I was upside down on it. I didn't like it and want to get rid of it. I knew the book value so I knew what they would offer. They didn't have a van on the lot equipped like I wanted so they got one from another dealer.

    I hate the car buying ordeal. I bought a Toyota for my daughter through the web (dealer). Much easier and less stressful.
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