Originally Posted by jusdukky
Just had a feature on the news tonight here about a scam on craigslist for a used car. I would stay far far away from there.
Seconded - plus most of the stuff on there is crap. The truth is, in the wake of Cash-for-Clunkers, used car inventories are so low and prices so high relative to wear and tear, that you're almost better off trying to negotiate a zero-down lease on a new vehicle if money is tight - you usually eliminate maintenance expenses this way, and get to drive a new vehicle. I am a convert to this approach after years of rejecting leasing.
"I'm told that since the eyes of two people cannot occupy the same point in space at the same time, each observer sees a different rainbow. The same, I think, could be said of the past. The past is what happened, history the way we remember." Gerard DeGroot