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Originally Posted by pkabush View Post
There are cheaper options, ie: doing the work yourself or sourcing a good used tank for a couple hundred dollars. That said, I think that spending $900 now will net you much more come sale time. As others have pointed out you'd be wise to have it running well before you sell. GLWTS
Thanks we will look around for a used tank, maybe that is a good alternative...

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Originally Posted by 16Volt View Post
I would consider what else the car "needs" to be a runner/driver and ready for sale. If 900 bucks is all thats in the way then I would do it. If there is still work to be done to figuring out why it kept shutting down (a problem talked about in great detail here in other threads) then I would weigh that into the cost and make decision to do all or nothing.
It does have other work it needs done to it to be in Driving condition... Tires all need replaced, rotors are all rusted, and some other work. including the gas tank all the work to have it running will cost us about $2,500 - 3,000
Old 08-29-2014, 09:41 AM
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