Hey guys, I'm trying to sell my car and I really hope I do pretty fast as I found an ES300 I'd love to pick up.
Its a 1993 Lexus ES300
Here is the description:
I have a 93 lexus es 300 auto, fully loaded with leather seats, power sunroof, power seats, heated seats, climate control, traction control. It has a new engine in it with less than 70k miles. the car runs and drives and everything works great expept the trannsmission sometimes it will drive in reverse by pressing the gas pedal a little more than normal. I was told from a transmission shop there might be a valve that remains closed and they estimated a 250 charge for it but i haven't done anything about fixing it because i am moving overseas. Forward it drives without a problem. This lexus with almost 70K miles is worth more than 4 grand but i am taking it 1700 bottom dollar.
first one with the cash gets the car. I am not a dealer and don't play with numbers. 1700 is the bottom price. Only the engine costs more than 2 grand.
I understand there is the problem with the reverse, and I'm ok with that. I'll either fix it myself or gladly pay someone to fix it.
He is asking 1700. I know thats low and I think it is part due to him moving overseas. Perhaps Iraq duty.
Here are some pictures.
I'm ok if it has some dings and dents. I'm only looking for a Daily driver. If it last a year I'll be Perfectly happy.
It has a new engine with 70k miles so I think it will last for much longer than a year.
I know I need to have it looked at and make sure everything is in good working order and nothing
is really wrong with it before I buy.
But I had one worry,
I read on here not to bother buying a 93 due to Over heating issues.
I'm thinking with the engine being replaced I should not have a problem and for the price I cant pass it up.
For the price I wouldnt have a problem spending another grand fixing anything that needed it, doesnt seem like it though.
I just want to know aside from the over heating issue is there any other reason why I shouldnt buy this?