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Just checked the wholesale Blue Book value of my car: $400, LOL

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    Just checked the wholesale Blue Book value of my car: $400, LOL

    16 years old, 165K miles, lots of dents and small damage not fixed (i.e., I would just pocket the insurance money from the guy that hit me), CEL issue that one shop I checked wanted $600 to fix (thermostat not closing, which is only a problem when it gets very cold, which is rather rare for my area), coming up on 40K maintenance and the 100K timing belt & water pump maintenance.

    BUT NO NOTE! NO COMPREHENSIVE INSURANCE!

    AIUI, Ford will be coming out with a driverless car in 2021, so that should make the cost of Uber go way down. I barely drive as it is.

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    Well, my 2005 car now has nearly 200k miles , and is still going strong . I no longer have working speakers (I think the cd and radio would work if I could have new ones installed , but the cost of repair is probably prohibitively expensive, so I can carry a boom box or small radio along, so I can hear music again.)
    Ah, the joys of BK13 and old cars!

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