On Tue, 15 Aug 2000, Tony Rhodes wrote:
> That is what the person making the offer wanted to spend.
> That is what the car was worth to him.
And this pretty well sums up the whole discussion. The '79 Spit I
now drive was bought off a local used car lot for ~$2000. Although
I never noticed it my wife claimed the car had been sitting right
there in the front of the lot for at least two months before I saw
it. I stopped, looked it over, drove it down the block and back
and said, "I'll take it." Apparently, no one else in the area thought
it was worth the price or I never would have seen it.
One man's junk is another man's treasure.
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