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I am trying to buy a used toyota camry 1998 model. what should i look for?so that i will get my money's worth

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First off MILEAGE HI OR LOW drive it how does it ride, handle, how do the brakes feel. Any, rattleing, squeaks, popping while turning hard left or right (cv joints going bad) how does it feel going over bumps ?? do all the acessories work radio a/c ect.
2nd maintenance history oil changes tune -up ect
most important !!! timing belt has it ever been changed and at what mileage was it replaced
look atall 4 tires how are thew worn. evenly suspension is probibally ok. worn on the edges may be a suspension issue
fairly low cost to fix with a repair manual u may be able to do
body condition how much rust

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