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Old 03-09-2009, 02:20 PM   #1
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Default I've been looking hard for a ti...

Preferably a stock '98 M tech model in black, within 4 to 5 thousand.
Any help? Please.
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I need one reasonably around So Cal.
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I know what you mean, I have been looking for a ti for about a year now and I soon realized that that more specific you are in what you want (miles-color-year-options-etc) the harder it is going to be to find. No surprise there. I soon found that I had to expand my search to include the entire US coast to coast and not just my local region. But you folks in SoCal always have so many nice tiís that pop up for sale all the time I am sure you will find one.

Here is a 97 Black Sport I came across in Los Angeles a couple of days ago but it is $5700 and itís not a 98. (I am not affiliated with the seller)

Good Luck on your search

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