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That was clearly a car that wasn't maintained and (my advice) when looking at it, you should have been taken to a trusted mechanic for evaluation. That would have been caught and you'd have been told to "walk/run away" from that one. I bought one in 2004 with 138K and it had been run off-road, but was maintained. I have had to repair the AC, some steering components, and the catalytic converter, but at 200K it doesn't have a rattle in it and my son is driving it now.Report it
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