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1998 Ford Escort Zx2 Cool Coupe Coupe 2-door 2.0l on 2040-cars

Year:1998 Mileage:112531
Location:

Jackson, Michigan, United States

Jackson, Michigan, United States

You are looking at a 1998 ford escort ZX2 coupe that is in very nice condition for it's age.

This vehicle recently had a new motor installed that runs like a Swiss watch.

It has a solid body, and it has four new tires with less than two thousand miles on them.

New struts on the rear and new brakes and rotors on the front, and also the interior is two tone gray clothe in excellent condition.

The rear seat folds down so you can get in the trunk.

Look at the pictures as they show the car very well.

The car rides and drives as it should needing nothing that I know of.

I am selling this vehicle as is with no warranty implied.

I reserve the right to remove this item for any reason.

If you want a tight good looking running little car this is it.

Thanks for looking and happy bidding.

Call my cell at 517-706-9325

 

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