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2004 Chrysler Town & Country Touring 3.8l 6 Low Reserve on 2040-cars

Year:2004 Mileage:121000
Location:

Factoryville, Pennsylvania, United States

Factoryville, Pennsylvania, United States

Salvage tittle from hail spots only Great Van. Check My seller feedback 100%  

Hi, for sale is a 2004 Town and country Touring with 121000 miles. Loaded with sound system and DVD player works great. The van has hail marks on the hood and roof  but you can not see them on the roof because the height of the van. There are some lite dings on the tops of the doors as well where the windows come up.  Anyway it will pass inspection like it is and is tottaly a cosmetic issue.  The van runs perfect and is sutible for your family or mine. Here is a chance to buy real nice vehicle for less then $3500.   You will be pleased it is one of the nicest Vans I have ever driven , Transmission is perfect , very tight motor. No error lights are on. This is not the cheap model it has everything including power seats Ice cold air and good heat + 85% tires .    Good Luck bidding. Check my seller feedback everyone gets a nice car from me and this is one of the best car I ever had.

                                             Please do not bid if you  have 3 feedback or less without calling or I will delete you.

Please bid only if you intend to pay deposit at the end of auction or I will sell to next bidder.

Deposit $800 at end of auction Balance in three days. If you need me my name is Robert 570 212 0218

         Video coming tommorow.

 


On Aug-25-14 at 14:55:50 PDT, seller added the following information:

Hood is the worst because the hail comes right down on the hood Real easy fix. Just go to a junk yard and  buy one $150  two screws.


On Aug-25-14 at 15:20:37 PDT, seller added the following information:

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