How should I sell or get rid of my 1999 Toyota Camry?

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Asked at 2012-08-08 17:04:02
Currently drives a Toyota Camry 1999. I am the sole owner and the original owner. I've had this car since June 1999. The car currently has 137,000 miles on it. The front bumper is slightly dropped. The rear bumper has a dent like that. The exterior of the car has no rust. It is bright and I waxed every 6 months since the car's owner.

Inside the car is excellent. Air conditioning, heating and radio all work. The driver's side seat is a seat of power that still works.

The reasons why they plan to get rid of this car is because my mother is getting a new car and your car is a 2006 Mercury mountainier with 40,000 miles on it. My Camry has grown is that has required many expensive reapairs as starter, oxygen sensor, water pump, altinator, iddle speed control (a repair of $ 500) and carbon filter (a $ 600 repair ) and I had to fix my air conditioning this summer for $ 400. My car has had no repairs mothers at all. All my mom had to do is get oil changes and new tires.

My mom is looking at a Ford Flex, Ford Edge, Mercedes Benz SUV Lexus SUV.

One option would be to trade in my Toyota Camry wherever my mom buys his new car. The only problem is that whenever I can get my Toyota Camry appriased new car dealers want to offer me anything for my Toyota Camry 1999. Some new car dealers have offered me $ 1,000 to change my car in. Others have offered as little as $ 500 or $ 700 to change my 1999 Toyota Camry in

Junkyards in my area have offered me $ 2,500 to throw away my car and I was going to pay cash.

I put ads on Craigslist and also sings in my window that says for sale. I asked $ 3,800 for my car. Although the Toyota Camry has a good resale value to many people in the parking aroung the city when they see a sale to sing in a car 11 years waiting for a good bargan. This lady in the parking lot of a Starbucks Coffee came to me as I walked into my car. She said all you have is $ 1,400. He sold the car for $ 1,400. I said no!

What should I do?
Answer1BucieAnswered at 2012-10-05 12:50:40
Maybe just put a sample of selling something in him and drive him to show and see if anyone wants to buy it that way , does not operate well within 3 to 4 weeks to just get rid of it
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