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Same as the old. list it?
take it to any autostore, and tell him, can you match this.
or buy one new at Suzuki (chapter 11, sure ,hard to find...)
id sell it.. its really a half backed, Daewoo. car... hopeless... wonder.

Posted on Feb 15, 2014

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