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the stats on the car are wrong though, Description

Mazda : Other Models
Mazda3S


Miles: 10 Doors: 2 doors
Transmission: Automatic Interior: Black
Engine: 2 - Cyl. Year: 2004
Warranty: Free Limited Warranty VIN Number: JM1BK143641107079
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Title: Clear Exterior: Other Color
Condition: Used





tis tis tis...lol
 

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If they think this car only has a 2cyl, they're stupid. I would not buy a car from a place that can't get their info right. For shame.
 

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Even a Geo Metro had 3 cyl. :)

I like the license plate frame also, and the watch is nice, but NOT for $59.99 :(
 

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That's only the headlight protector. Not sure whether it's the same material.
The 3M clear hood mask covers the whole hood, bumper, and side-view mirrors.
 

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Yes it is virtually the same.

There is another company that makes the film, called Invishield. Its literally invisable but its protects just as good.

I hear the 3m stuff tends to turn yellow.
 

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vaBooM said:
Yes it is virtually the same.

There is another company that makes the film, called Invishield. Its literally invisable but its protects just as good.

I hear the 3m stuff tends to turn yellow.
Is that so? I hope not, I really wanted to get a 3M clear bra for all the family's cars.
 

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My tinter told me his doesnt turn yellow. After a quick examination, its 3m film.

I noticed it has a faint yellow hue already. 3m film is backed with a sticky coating, the Invishield, isnt. Since the sun will almost always hit the film, its almost likely to expose a yellow glaze. Of course that may take many years, but thats just my theory and what Ive seen.
 

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It's an auto. Blah. I wonder how much the "reserve" is?
 

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I wouldn't want to buy that car because it has almost no gas in it, and is probably sucking any harmful particles in the bottom of the tank.

Lesson to people taking pics of cars for sale: PUT GAS IN THE CAR FIRST!! :) Makes a good impression, or at least not a bad one.
 

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With a "clear" title, "used" condition, and "As Is" warranty, this car seems a little odd.

To clarify, I am expecting untitled, new condition, and factory warranty.
 
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