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ByrneCR

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  1. Hi, thanks for the reply. Right, I understand that car are a lot more $ in CR. I am actaully thinking of shipping my car. Thanks and good luck!

  2. Oops--I see that a sentence was cut off in the first message. I was saying that most of us gringos would probably turn our nose up on a car of that age, but in CR it is a work horse and can stand up to whatever the roads have to offer, so is in high demand so long as we don't try to get inflated gringo prices for it.

  3. Hmmmm...guess there is a limit to the size of these messages. We are planning to sell it this summer, but if you are interested we could show it to you sooner. We haven't really set a price yet, but you will be in sticker shock when you start looking for cars--they are much more expensive than in the US--even one this old. Best wishes. Rick

  4. Hi Byrne

    It is an older Montero--I think 1992, but not 100% sure. It is my wife's car. She has driven it for about 15 years. It is mechanically sound and has always been serviced well, and while there are minor dings it is in very good shape. The roads in CR can really destroy a lesser car, or as my wife says, you need a really strong car in CR. Most of us gringos would think ...

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