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Buying a Car In North Carolina

Old 12-14-2018, 12:00 PM
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Originally Posted by sleeper View Post
Arizona is a good place to hunt. Thing is you need to check is the registry & see if a vehicle was always there.

I was looking at an S-10 in Fla, thinking it should be ok. Found out it just came down from Maine..........Doh....

Underside was rotted badly to confirm this..
That was the main reason I wanted to do the Carfax, to see where it was registered during its life.

Also, I will be buying a car for around $3K, so it will be a relatively low-cost car. I don't want to go farther than a day's drive away from Buffalo.

I might go to NC and check out the cars, keeping in mind the warning posted above about flood cars, title wash, etc.

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Old 12-15-2018, 08:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Oldblue View Post
Charlotte is sitting under 15 inches of snow, rare but it does snow there.
Iíve considered Arizona
While I'm not in Charlotte, I'm towards the center just south of Danville VA by about 25 miles. They don't don't use salt, at least around me, they plow. I just stay home until the roads get cleaned up. We get the snow and rain mix which is worse.
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