Car loses coolant no leak for sale on US's largest classifieds sites (14 results)
I have this maxima for sale, we wanted a bigger vehicle so we upgraded and now are ready to sell our old car. It\'s a great vehicle no problems drives great and is fast(v6). The only known issues are a very small oil leak (loses less than half a qt between oil changes) and a light coolant leak (looks
1999 Plymouth Breeze. Just too many cars and no time to spend on this one. Starts, runs, and drives but has a few issues. Could easily be a good, reliable car with a bit of work! There is no problem test driving it, but you will probably need to tow it home to fix due to how quickly it loses coolant
1999 Plymouth Breeze. Just too many cars and no time to spend on this one. Starts, runs, and drives but has a few issues. Could easily be a good, reliable car with a bit of work! There is no problem test driving it, but you will probably need to tow it home to fix due to the coolant loss.The G
Great car have had for 3 years. Just don\'t have the time to fix it back up and need the money. Will make a great first car or work car.150kishAuto DOHCPower LocksCruise Control (works)No A/C or Power Steering (belt removed there if you want to fix systems)Needs:Paint
This is my 1989 BMW 635CSi that is now up for sale. It has approximately 180,000 miles on it. I say approximately as when I purchased it the odometer was not working, and I replaced it with one reading around 30,000 miles less than the owner indicated the BMW had on it. The car currently sits on BBS
Year: 1989, Make: Bmw
: Im selling my very cool 1992 Chevrolet Corvette. If you want a car that gets attention, this is it. I drove it to Pittsburgh and Long Island with no problems. Selling because I need a truck for my business. 300 Horsepower LT1 350ci V8 engine Automatic Transmission, rebuilt with tr
Selling a 1993 GMC Jimmy. I bought it back in March of 2011 and basically got screwed by the dealer. I didn`t get it looked at by a mechanic, so that was my bad. The test drive still went well so I bought it for $3000. There are a lot of things wrong with it so now it`s basically a good car if yo
I LOVE my car, but due to a recent split I have no choice but to sell it as I can no longer afford to keep this payment, I`ve tried but because I`ve lost my other financial half, it`s just a matter of time until I lose it to repossession. It`s currently about 700 behind and still has 12k on the note.
I am selling my 1994 Ford Tempo with a 2.3L four cylinder engine. Automatic Transmission. Interior is in pretty decent condition. Exterior has minor rust around rear fender wells. Car runs and drives great. I work at a Ford dealer and try to make this as safe and reliable as possible. This has been m
: 1997 Honda Civic LX sedan (automatic transmission) with a faulty head gasket (247,000 miles) runs well. Has continued to run well with the faulty head gasket for a number of years. Because of the faulty head gasket, there is a small oil leak and a slight transfer of oil and radiator f
Great running and nice looking `95 Jaguar XJ6. `95-`97 XJ6 Jaguars (X300 series) are among the best Jags ever produced. Look up the AJ16 engine and ZF-built transmission. Bulletproof. Indeed this XJ6 at 146K miles runs like a top and is very quick off the line. Handles very well with comfort too. All...
First off, I really hate to sell this car. I put so much money, work, time and effort into this car. It was my first car and I babied it since I got it April 2011. I`d like to get $3,500 for it. The only reason I`m selling it is to get a Trans Am v8. 1997 Pontiac Firebird 3.8L v6 Automatic with 145,