Proud owner of a 100 Series

Discussion in '100-Series Cruisers' started by tradarcher, Jul 18, 2005.

  1. tradarcher

    tradarcher

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    Just got it purchased...locally. 2000 with 78,000 miles, exterior silver, interior dark charcoal. $22,500 Will post pics...soon.
    This was the first one that I had seen with this dark charcoal leather.

    ASAP... OME lift - 295's. :D Now, I will have to change my avatar.
     
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    Congratulations and nice color combo. I prefer the charcoal interior as well. Probably doesn't scuff as easily as the beige/tan.
     
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    e9999 You want to do what...? Moderator

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    welcome to the Club!
     
  4. tradarcher

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    Pics of the Cruiser

    Pics could not wait until tomorrow when I pick her up... picture from dealer.
    2000 TLC.jpg
     
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    Hi Trek

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    What a beaut! Congrats...
     
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    What does the sticker price say?
     
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    Looks like $27999 ?
     
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    $27,999-22,500=$5,499 off their sticker price. Just goes to show how much flexibility there is at a dealership.
     
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    Right now, '03's are like $35-40K and the prices seem to drop about $5K/yr, so that would put an '00 at $20-25K, depending on condition. So you hit this range exactly in the midpoint!
     
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    Around what I paid in Feb. for my 00 with 80,000mi. Mine is silver with tan interior;) I love the silver:cheers:
     
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    I also love my silver! I hope they make the 50th anniversary editions in silver!
     
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    I picked up my 99 LC with 62k miles for $22,000 a few months ago, so that price sounds good. It had new tires on it also.
     
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    Yep, they started out 2 mos. ago at $27, 999, down to $25,500 then this last weekend to $23,500.
    I offered $21,500, they came down to the $22,500 and got them to put in a new battery, service the transmission and detail the inside and out. So, I thought I did alright.
    Did not want too "new" of tires, good reason to tell the wife I needed tires in a few months, to get the 295's.

    Thanks! for the replies...
     
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    Congrats!!

    Nice 100... I also like the Silver. Same color as my '99. You mentioned 295's, what tire are you thinking of? I have the stock 275 Michelin LTX's right now, but not much tread remaining.
     
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    I got the cruiser home. I have been going over it for a few hours. I have the BFG / AT's on the 62... good highway manners ( quite and track well ) and great in mud / snow tire. I was planning to use the same on the 100. Discussions on the 295's, is that they will fit at stock ride height - until you get a lift on, if you need the tires now.
     
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