After taking care of it for almost 23 years, its time to swallow the bitter pill and move on. I have finally decided to sell my faithful Nissan Bluebird. My wife have been on my back to buy a newer car. And as you probably know, when mama wants something, mama gets. We have almost decided to purchase a Nissan Almera which has a price tag of $14,000.
If you want to buy an auxiliary car to be used as a second vehicle beside the main family car, this could be a good opportunity to get yourself one. Since September I have been upgrading the car and have spent approximately $1,500 to put it in top shape. Today I plan to go to La Tablita to clean the motor with steam water. Yesterday, I installed two rear Sony speakers, so music can be heard on four speakers—two on the front and two on the back. Pretty neat, isn’t it?
The car is as good as it can be, considering that it has been running for 23 years. So we are not talking about a baby, but of a well maintained adult in very good health conditions. The price of the Nissan Bluebird is $2,800, but it’s not written in stone. We can come out with an agreed negotiated price. They call it “white smoke”. We plan to use this money to make the initial payment to Panamotor which is the car dealer that sells the Nissan Almera.
Information on the vehicle:
- Year: 1985
- Cilinders: Four
- Motor Capacity: 1,800 cc
- Color: Light Blue
- Transmission: Automatic
- Doors: Automatic
- Fuel: 91 Octane regular gasoline
- Mileage: Approximate 30 kilometers per gallon
- Insurance Policy – Year 2009: Yes
- License Plate – Year 2009: Yes
- Air Condition System: Yes
Photographs of the car:
If this is the low priced car you have been looking for your wife or maybe children, then you just read the right post. In case you’re interested, please contact me (Omar Upegui R.) at:
- Land line telephone: 230-0631
- Cellphone: 6712-4609
- Internet Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s a tough decision to sell this baby. You get used to cars the same way you get used to dogs, cats or horses. It hurts when they go away. It will be a sad day when I turn the keys of the car over to the new owner. But a man’s got to do what a man’s got to do. Good Day.