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05 Escape Xlt Front Wheel Drive 4cyl. Many New Parts. on 2040-cars

Year:2005 Mileage:166500
Location:

Flat Rock, Michigan, United States

Flat Rock, Michigan, United States

UP FOR AUCTION AT NO RESERVES IS THIS 2005 FORD ESCAPE XLT THAT IS FRONT WHEEL DRIVE WITH TRACTION CONTROL WITH A 4 CYL MOTOR.

 

BODY IS IN REAL GOOD SHAPE WITH NO RUST SHOWING BUT DOES HAVE A COUPLE SMALL DENTS AND DINGS.

INSIDE IS NICE WITH NO HEAVY WEAR TO SEATS, NON SMOKER.

ALL OPTIONS WORK AS THEY SHOULD EVEN THE AIR.

HAS TINTED WINDOWS ALL AROUND, NICE SOUNDING AFTERMARKET KENWOOD RADIO WITH DOOR SPEAKERS AND REMOTE.

THE GOOD

LAST OWNER HAD THE MOTOR REPLACED IN 2012 THAT WAS OUT OF A 2007 WITH 47,000 MILES

LAST OWNER ALSO HAD CV SHAFT REPLACED ON PASSANGER SIDE.

I HAD NEW CV SHAFT REPLACED ON THE DRIVER SIDE,ALSO HAD LOWER BALL JOINT REPLACED ON PASS. SIDE

 ALSO LOWER CONTROL ARM AND OUTTER TIE ROD.

MILES SHOW ON DASH IS 166,500 AND SOMETHING, MILES ON MOTOR IS ABOUT 57,000

RUNS GOOD AND DRIVES STRAIGHT DOWN THE ROAD.

I HAVE DROVE IT TO OHIO 3 OR 4 TIMES AND RAN DOWN THE HIGHWAY FINE AT 80 MPH.

 

THE BAD

HEAT SHEILD ON CONVERTER RATTALS AT IDEL SOMETIMES

FRONT HUB BEARING ON DRIVER SIDE NEEDS TO BE REPLACED, I HAVE NEW HUB AND BEARING.

HAS GOOD REAR TIRES AND 1 NEW FRONT TIRE.

ALSO COULD USE REAR BRAKES (PADS ONLY). PEDAL GOES LOWER THEN IT SHOULD MAKING THE FLOOR SHIFTER A

LITTLE HARD TO GET OUT OF PARK BECAUSE YOU MUST PUT FOOT ON BRAKE TO GET OUT OF PARK. THATS THE WAY ITS SET UP FROM THE FACTORY AND WITH THE REAR BRAKES LOW,THATS WHY.

NICE LITTLE SUV FOR THE MONEY, NEEDS JUST A LITTLE WORK DONE.(AROUND 300.00)

LOOKS GOOD

RUNS GOOD

EXTRA'S I WILL THROW IN, A COMPLETE SET OF HUSKY LINERS FOR FRONT, MIDDLE AND REAR CARGO.(OVER 200.00)

A SET OF CUSTOM SEAT COVERS FOR FRONT AND REAR. BOUGHT FROM FORDS.

SOLD AS IS WITH NO WARRANTY GIVEN NOR IMPLIED.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL JOE AT 734-497-6006 OR EMAIL ME.

  

WINNER NEEDS TO LEAVE A 500.00 DEPOSIT THREW PAY PAL (NON REFUNDABLE)

THE REST TO BE PAID IN CASH 3 DAYS AFTER AUCTIONS ENDS OR WHEN VEHICLE IS PICKED UP.

I WILL NOT SHIP, IF YOU NEED A SHIPPER YOU MUST FIND ONE. I WILL PICK YOU UP AT AIRPORT IF YOU FLY IN.

PLEASE NO ONE WITH 0 FEEDBACK MAY BID.

REMEMBER NO RESERVES, HIGH BIDDER WINS.

I WOULD FIX THE REST THAT NEEDS TO BE DONE MYSELF, BUT TO HEALTH REASONS AND LACK OF CASH I CANT.

RETAILS FOR OVER 5000.00 FIXED.

CLEAN MICHIGAN TITLE IN HAND.

GOOD LUCK.


On Jan-12-14 at 11:31:15 PST, seller added the following information:

PLEASE DONT WAIT TO AUCTION IS OVER TO MAKE ME A LOW BALL OFFER, WONT REPLY

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