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February 9th, 2009

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    1. Art
      May 18th, 2016 at 05:51 | #1

      I am looking to sell my 1972 Datsun 240z but can’t seem to figure out how much It’s worth… Got a rebuilt engine in it and a decent paint job. Any suggestions where to look for pricing or junk it? Thanks!

    2. Darchelle johnson
      March 23rd, 2016 at 17:07 | #2

      Hi just bought a 2004 Lexus from Hernandez Auto Sales Saturday and I’m loving my car they’re great people to work with I will recommend them to anyone if you looking to finance a car in good condition in good shape please contact them. It’s good on gas everything works no problems with the car at all. So if you looking to finance a car these are great people to go to to finance a car in great condition you would not be unhappy with whatever you get from them

    3. March 15th, 2015 at 17:35 | #3

      Where can I find a true value of my 1985 Mits Starion. It has 78,000 original miles. Should I piece it out?

    4. Ryan_leary85
      November 17th, 2014 at 03:52 | #4

      I have an 07′ Dodge Ram 1500 quad cab, ive replaced the stock sound system with new speakers in the front and back doors and a Bosche CD player and i cant get my steering wheel controls to work and even more frustrating i cant get the sound to fade to the rear speakers, the factory stereo wiring doesnt match the after market of course so bought the harness adapter and found the wire diagrams for both and still cant get it to function properly, any advice???

      • November 17th, 2014 at 16:33 | #5

        Hello, Ryan, and thanks for writing.

        The CarGurus community has answered thousands of questions like yours, but they’ve done so through the Questions section of the CarGurus site, not our blog. I’ll paste in a link below to our Ram 1500 Questions – you might find helpful information there already, but if not, feel free to post your own question.

        Hope you get a good answer to your question quickly!


    5. Randy
      September 4th, 2012 at 13:45 | #6

      Webmaster, I’m having lots of trouble with your comment box dropping characters as I type. Not having a problem on any other internet sites, just yours. For instance, in this block its missed about seven characters.

    6. February 27th, 2012 at 09:31 | #7

      Hey all-

      In case you don’t get the email, here’s the Season 2 opener for Ride Along! http://youtu.be/37sShkkU2mE


    7. rajbir singhkalsi
      December 28th, 2011 at 22:03 | #8

      land rover lrx very nice car ,nice lookingas compared to other laxuari car . like as audi q7

    8. Randy
      December 5th, 2011 at 16:04 | #9

      saw a crawl line on good morning america today about the world’s most expensive pile up– In Japan, something like 8 Ferraris and a Lambo, might make a good article if you can find it

    9. Ron Slivon
      April 29th, 2011 at 12:52 | #10

      We loved out new 2008 Dodge Caliber. Then we saw a Mango Tando Dodge Heat. Now we love this one even BETTER. Euro trash is over. Buy American. Be Amarican. Also love My Harley. Ron out

    10. Deedee
      November 15th, 2010 at 15:59 | #11

      I would be happy to give insider information on the hows, whys, do’s and don’ts at a dealership. Working in a dealership I have alot of answers and I am happy to share my know-how.

    11. mark
      March 30th, 2010 at 23:03 | #12

      Two Story ideas:

      1) Many states have implemented a progressive licensing program for new drivers. Have these programs given us better drivers?

      2) I’ve been driving since 1975 and over the past 15 years, there’s been a tremendous increase in the number of accidents in which a vehicle rolls-over. Why?

    12. March 5th, 2010 at 13:50 | #13

      @ randy
      Today’s actually 3/5/10, although I’m looking forward to warmer weather, too. As you’ll see, yesterday’s post got updated, which sometimes means we have to hide the story while we’re working on it. Hope you like the update!

    13. randy
      March 5th, 2010 at 13:23 | #14

      Concerning the lead Toyota article that was removed today, 4-5-10. I don’t think I’ve ever seen you withdraw a story before. Any reason why?

    14. randy
      March 4th, 2010 at 07:13 | #15

      Maximum Bob is gone! Ding dong, the witch is dead. Any coincidence that Fritz started on Monday and Bob left on Thursday??? The only problem is Bob might use live ammo the next time he buzzes Milford Proving Grounds.

    15. randy
      February 22nd, 2010 at 14:29 | #16

      I’m surprised you guys missed GM hiring back Fritz as a consultant for $59,000 a month. So the government makes them hire a board chairman who knows nothing about the car business, who then forces out Fritz and takes his job as CEO too, all while retaining the product guy who got them into trouble in the first place, and now wants Fritz to tell them what to do. What are they going to do when his advice is to fire the board, the chairman and CEO, and the product guy? It’s like a 3 Stooges comedy without the laughs.

    16. Norm Davis
      May 27th, 2009 at 17:31 | #17

      Cash For Clunkers:
      House Democrats recently passed a compromise http://www.usatoday.com/money/autos/2009-05-11-chrysler-gm-cash-clunkers_N.htm#chart that would give cash incentives to owners of gas guzzlers who want to trade up to a greener vehicle. That’s a good start – it’s the “carrot”. But they left out the stick: Charge the owners of these gas guzzler vehicle every time they re-register their vehicles. I’m thinking along the lines of $20 per mile under the national EPA average 22 MPG, per year. So if you drive a car that gets 16 MPG, you will pay an extra $160 each year. The extra registration fees collected will help pay for the cash-for-clunker program, so it won’t have to be totally funded out of the taxpayers’ pockets. I think that’s fair. What do you think?

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