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Opinions on ebay car

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=4541289783&rd=1&sspagename=STRK%3AMEWA%3AIT&rd=1

What do you guys think of this 944 turbo for sale on ebay right now? I don't have a good sense of the value of these cars. Hoping to take it out for a spin tomorrow, what should I keep in mind?

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Wow. Looks well cared for. Interior seems to be in great condition AND it comes with complete service history.

Lol, the only thing that I would keep in mind is that there will be alot of other people interested in this car, i think, assuming the bidding doesnt go crazy. At the current price tho, ummm.. wow, very nice.
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Very nice!
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Only problem is that the car is the US and is being sold in Canada. IM not sure but this looks like a red flag to me. Not neccesarily bad but certainly worth a question as to why the car is not in Canada if it is being sold in Canada. be sure to factor in any duty, taxes,brokerage fees etc. Check the UCR website, I belive there are a few threads regarding importing a US car to Canada.

Either way let us know how the test drive goes, it looks like a nice car!
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