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Centennial Up For Sale

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Hi folks, hope you are all well. Dropping by to let you know:

 

I am selling a car for my boss. It is a 108K mile Centennial Taurus. The car is in great shape with a scratch on the bumper that will be professionaly fixed in the next few days, followed by a detail job. The car has always been dealer serviced, lately by my shop. Has fresh tranny service, and we should be able to get plenty of service records for the vehicle. Never wrecked to my knowledge. Car is located in the York PA area. Asking $5500 OBO. I can attest that the car is in fantastic condition. PM me or reply to this post with questions. Thanks!

 

 

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Welcome Back Rusty! Hope all is well with you brah!

 

That car is nicer than hell, I hope someone here snags it up :)

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Hi, Kev. Been a long year so far. He gave me first dibs on it but I simply cannot afford another car. Besides, I am still holding out for a Delta 88 ;)

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I'm trying to get a Supercoupe or a land yacht :)

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Has the wrong steering wheel. Airbag has gone off at least once in life?

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To the best of our knowledge the car has never been in an accident. Running the carfax tomorrow anyway, just in case.

 

And it probably doesn't need to be mentioned, but this will be an as is sale. No warranty implied.

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Has the wrong steering wheel. Airbag has gone off at least once in life?

Just out of curiosity, why is it the wrong steering wheel?

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Doesn't have the Centennial burlnut wood grain.  Has straight grained wood found in the Taurus.  the wood trim should match the dash trim.

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DO WANT. Unfortunately I can't afford it.  :(

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Doesn't have the Centennial burlnut wood grain.  Has straight grained wood found in the Taurus.  the wood trim should match the dash trim.

My Centennial had the straight grained wood on the steering wheel, and my car wasn't in an accident.  It did appear to be a lighter color compared to the regular wood-grain steering wheels.

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That is also the only piece of trim made from actual wood... :P

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Wasn't the wood steering wheel an add-on option such as the spoiler?

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Optional along with a woodgrain shift knob on normal SELs, but standard with the 2003 SEL Centennial Edition package.

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That's a correct Centennial steering wheel.  Then again, it has the badges in the wrong spot on the trunk.

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Tell yo boss to show us the Carfax :lol:

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What's the VIN?

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The trunk has clearly been redone or replaced, both badges are in the wrong spot.

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Supposed to get a CARFAX, did not get it yet. He does recall something about carrier damage, though. Haven't seen him in a couple days, I was off yesterday, he was off today. Will get in touch Monday. Is anyone here actually interested?

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Sadly it isn't an MN-12 or SHO w/ a manual tranny. So I am not, since I have no money.

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That's a correct Centennial steering wheel.  Then again, it has the

badges in the wrong spot on the trunk.

To be sure the left side must say just the word Taurus. Otherwise the lid might have been changed and the Centennial badge added.

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