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scinfidel

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About scinfidel

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    surfing and fast cars
  1. Send me info on it... Where can I view it?
  2. Good advice, there is another Certified one for sale that I like(my color preference) but it's out of state and has higher miles(22k).. I think i'll work on that one instead.
  3. I'm looking at a car that is being sold as a Ford Certified Pre-Owned but on the AutoCheck there is "one minor accident: rear center"... I'm not sure what to do now. If it was damaged, I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be able to get Ford Certified warranty and anything will be covered for 5 more years or up to 100k miles. Another fear is if I have to sell it, will everyone walk away w/ the accident showing on Autocheck... Also, how does Autocheck decipher between minor, moderate or serious accidents? One other weird thing, Carfax shows clean bill of health.. no accidents. Why would one agency show accident and another none? Does Carfax only show accidents where airbags are deployed or damage exceeds a certain amount? Any thoughts from the guys on the board? Sorry for all the questions... Thanks
  4. I'm looking at a car that is being sold as a Ford Certified Pre-Owned but on the Autocheck there is "one minor accident: rear center"... I'm not sure what to do now. If it was damaged, I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be able to get Ford Certified warranty and anything will be covered for 5 more years or up to 100k miles. Another fear is if I have to sell it, will everyone walk away w/ the accident showing on Autocheck... Also, how does Autocheck decipher between minor, moderate or serious accidents? What's weird is that Carfax is showing a clean bill of health.. Any thoughts from the guys on the board? Thanks
  5. My first car, an 87 GT, was an absolute blast.. ran forever with zero issues, fun to drive and looked great in the day. Now as I've gotten older I've run the gamut on fast cars, most recently dumping my '01 911 turbo(great car but basic things break and cost A LOT). Now I'm about to pull the trigger on a '12 Shelby but wanted to ask one final question. The one I'm looking at is a Ford CPO, it's about $1500 more than another I'm looking at but my experience tells me always go CPO.. That said, who has experience w/ Ford's CPO, is it good and is it worth the little bit of extra $$? I'm assuming yes but I'd love to hear feedback from anyone who's dealt w/ Ford etc. Thanks again to the forum, you guys and your posts have helped a lot.
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