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    2002 Subaru WRX, 178000 Miles, $6000 OBO, Central Illinois

    Selling my beloved 2002 WRX. Stage II. After many years of loyal service it's time to move on to something new... going all electric! Asking $6000. Details on Craiglist ad.

    http://decatur.craigslist.org/cto/5989621176.html
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    Tesla?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rqjoe View Post
    Tesla?
    Good guess. I have two "reservations" in for Model 3s. However, before I drop significant change on an electric car I wanted to make sure the lifestyle works. I picked up a used Nissan Leaf last December for super cheap. I'm loving it so I'm going to roll with it until the Model 3 comes out.
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    Cool. Sorry I do not need another WRX but good luck on a sale. I have set myself an investment goal and if the stock market goes up another 1000 points (DOW) I should reach my goal and then I will buy a model S. I want the P100D but we will see when the time comes. I hope your wait isn't too long for the 3s. Elon sets lofty goals and timelines then always seems to miss them.

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    That's a solid goal, for your sake and mine I hope the market keeps heading North... 1000 points is a long way to go. Regarding the model 3 -- I'm somewhat hopeful that, given this is the 4th vehicle they have developed, they understand their product development capabilities and have communicated realistic dates. Regardless, I'm going to wait unless a viable alternative presents itself - the Bolt checks all the boxes except for quickness/sportiness and looks.
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    Congrats on the sale and good luck in your electric endeavors!
    "If the power increases, then I have to spend more money on gas" - Takumi Fujiwara

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    Thank! Someday Subaru will make an electric STi and I'll jump back into the fold. Until then.... peace out!

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