2011 9C1 L77 - Denver, CO

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2011 9C1 L77 - Denver, CO

Post by elc32955 »

OK folks, here's a 2011 9C1 in White with a L77 V8, 91K miles at a small dealership in Denver, CO. Advertised at $6,995. Here's the linky;

https://denver.craigslist.org/ctd/d/den ... 29623.html

At current prices better grab this one up quick! I know of several people on the prowl for V8 cars at a budget price, so this is your heads up!

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Re: 2011 9C1 L77 - Denver, CO

Post by Jolt56 »

No longer available because I bought it. It has issues... Engine misfire, charging system fault, right rear body damage and HVAC is not working correctly. It does seem to be basically solid and I don't expect the fixes will be too much trouble. Drove it 350 miles home just fine. Next step is a pro OBD session.
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