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2008 Ford Focus Se Sedan 4-door 2.0l Salvage Title 100% Repaired Low Reserve. on 2040-cars

Year:2008 Mileage:74900

Factoryville, Pennsylvania, United States

Factoryville, Pennsylvania, United States

100% the nicest focus you can buy, check my feedback. 

Runs, drives, and looks like a new car!!!

37  MPG

The car is like new except for a small blemish above right wheel. I chose to leave the factory paint alone. very unnoticable. This car is 100% stunning it was totaled by the insurance company because it was hit in the rear bumper cover. Car had a very light repair to the bumper cover that is it. The car will pass inspection in one day you will have plates in most states. The car comes with a pa salvage title.

Model made between 2008 - 2011 Low miles actual Value $8800 - $9800 pay less fot this one get the same car Low reserve.

Focus runs perfect and is sutible for your family or mine. Here is a chance to buy real nice vehicle for less then 6500.   You will be pleased it is one of the nicest carsI have ever driven , Transmission is perfect , very tight motor. No error lights are on. This is not the cheap model it has everything including sync and will sync and display your phone + 85% tires .    Good Luck bidding. Check my seller feedback everyone gets a nice car from me and this is one of the best cars 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


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