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hey guys i'm thinking about saving up myself to buy another legend, what's a good price for a 94-95 LS coupe, with like over 100k miles? i'm thinking maybe like 6-8k? what do you think? is this a good investment? i've been wanting a coupe so bad n i think it would be awesome to have both a legend coupe and sedan. lemme know guys.
 

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Well, the way I look at it....you can only drive one car at a time...so I would stick with the sedan, and maybe buy a coupe later...

Better yet, just spend some of that money on mods.

I started scouring the net for a 6 speed sedan, but after coming up empty handed time and time again, I realized I loved my automatic sedan, and dumped a few hundred more in mods =]
 

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You can't really look at it as an investment being that it will be more closely related to a liability.

However, it will be hard to find a '94-'95 for $6k to $8k. Look closer in the neighbourhood of $10k to $15k. You might get lucky and find one for far less than $10k, but it's rare.
 

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vehicles are not investments. Investment is something that make you money, a car loses value and cost money to maintain. Therefore like LegendGS said, car is a liability.
 

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hey man, more power to you if you have two legends :) you can buy them like all day down here (well at least sedans) for around 7. I know a couple of people that have 94/95 legend coupes that are for sale but are 120k +
 

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WhiteLegend said:
vehicles are not investments. Investment is something that make you money, a car loses value and cost money to maintain. Therefore like LegendGS said, car is a liability.
Your correct. Politically correct. I think he meant it as a figure of speech. i.e. " I'm going to invest my time and patience into this crossword puzzle."
 
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