I fully expect it not to run. There are photos as it***8217;s an online auction but I plan on getting some tomorrow.I'm going to go against my normal thought process.
For me it would really depend on the price I could get it for. Usually a no key would deter other bidders. Are there decent pics? Mileage? The biggest question of all: are you mechanically inclined to fix the minor things to save yourself a big dollar?
If there are decent pictures, decent mileage, and you are able you work on it yourself... Then for the right price, I would say yes.
But don't purchase it expecting to get a key and start driving. If that is your mindset, then its a no go.
Thankfully the outside and interior looks really goodAlso another tip. This method isn***8217;t 100% accurate, but it works most the time: Use the interior and exterior condition as a guide for how they maintained it mechanically. If the inside is a disaster and the outside is beat up, then that***8217;s a pretty good sign for you
Best of luck.
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