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This guy is selling a 92 Plymouth Laser RS Turbo, $1900.00

I asked him how many kms and his response was the following..."It has 252xxx, but i resently ran into a motor problem, one of the lifters is messed up and it needs to be replaced(makes the motor knock)ill give it to you for 1000,
but if you pay 1200 ill through in another head that just needs to be swapped in, car still runs, and can be driven, the bottom end is fine."
Is he being straight up? Is the car still worth what he wants? Just your opinion is enough... The car looks mint other than mechanical...
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What engine are we talking here, just to be sure? Sounds to me like your inheriting his headaches. Especially a turbo, just more equipment to fail, and big dollars to fix. Go to (repairpal.com) enter all info you have on vehicle, and what items you think may need to be replaced, now & in near future,and watch it add up to a $3000 car real quick. Better off to spend $3000 on a better car, and have a 30 day warranty & no problems right from the start. Hate to burst your bubble, but,"been there, done that". Had good luck once doing that, and it was only because I knew exactly what was wrong, caught seller in a lie, (never tell them I'm a mechanic) bought it for 1/3 asking price, and fixed it myself for about $200, and it ran like a charm for years. If he thinks it's an easy fix, why didn't he do it, or have someone do it, and charge a little more for it? Remember, if you pay $1000, and have to put $2000 into it to get it running properly, you still only have a $1000-$1500 car at best. Shop around for a 1 owner with records to prove oil changes etc. were done regularly, it's a good sign vehicle was taken care of. With economy the way it is right now, and people getting laid off etc, it's a perfect time to pick-up that second car they have but don't need, or can't afford anymore.

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If the motor is knocking and he says its the lifters then replacing the head could work or maybe a valve ajustment. if its not knocking from valves it could have bigger problems and if aren't able to fix it your self then its not worth buying cause it could cost u alot.

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Car with that high milage is not worthy of buying
Motor knoks means big problems in a future
This is just opinion
Good Luck

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