City Car, Car of the Americas

City Car

Short-term Pain

As a firm believer in form before function, sometimes, just sometimes it becomes necessary to take account of function and price. After six years driving the beautiful 1964 convertible Mercury Comet, I decided to free up some cash and the garage and sell it on a local free sales resource called The first person who came to view the beautiful car bought it for the asking price of $6,500 . For the first time in a long time I had no wheels so I decided to go to the Wednesday City Tow auction and there it was – a 1990 Mitsubishi Montero — I offered $600 and won it! Now what?

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1 Comment

  1. ok, I can finnaly comment after crying for a day straight. I feel sorry for the ford mercury comet caliente. hope the new owner is good to her to… But I can see how you guys would need a more suitable car for the rainforrests and mountains et cetera. and a nice one it is, looks pretty big too.

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