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I've got a 2013 Focus ST which I'm contemplating garaging for the winter. If I am to do that, I am going to be in need of safe, reliable and inexpensive transportation. So if you've got a pre-95 2/7/9 with winter or all-season tires that you wouldn't mind parting with, I'd be interested in taking a look at it. I'm not a tinkerer, so I would need a car that I can just get in and drive. Volvos live forever, so I don't mind a high mileage car. A manual would be great, but I'm not picky. I'd like to keep it under $4,000 if possible.
 

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Have you checked out Craig's List or Carsoup......they may be good options for you.......
 

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If you are a member of VCOA they allow one free classified ad per issue in Rolling magazine......

If you can pick up the current issue of Rolling Magazine (September-October) there are some ads for several Volvos in your price range....

1984 245DL Wagon $3,500.00 (845-759-4257)

1991 780 Bertone $4,000.00 (774-225-9126)
 

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Cheap and RELIABLE are usually not synonomous with Volvos!
It's a friggen FORD, not rare, just drive it thru the winter
 

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I've got a 1998 V70R with 198K on it. AWD has been disconnected so it is front wheel drive only right now, but I have the drive shaft. PM me for more info if that might interest you.
 

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Cheap and RELIABLE are usually not synonomous with Volvos!
It's a friggen FORD, not rare, just drive it thru the winter
Usually not, but I doubt anyone would call the pre-1995 240/740/940 models unreliable and they are certainly (at least not meant to be) expensive. And I'm not looking for any other models.
 
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