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As of 4/2018, this 1994 Geo Metro (XFi Manual 2-Door, BASE) is currently up for sell by the original owners. This model was known as one of Northern America's first 3 cylinder automobiles, which is another reason why collectors desire them more. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geo_Metro) Feel free to watch this 15 minute video reviewing it - https://youtu.be/W7XKHxhDd84 *Rebuilt engine (5 years ago). ODO reads 292,436 *Smog and registration is current! *New Tires. *New Breaks. *Never been re-painted *VIN#2C1MR2463R6708326 *Original factory rims - https://theoneandonlyburts.shutterfly.com/pictures/11#12 *Owners manual - https://theoneandonlyburts.shutterfly.com/pictures/11#9 *Missing from video - (Old inside cover to back hatch door) https://theoneandonlyburts.shutterfly.com/pictures/11#11 https://theoneandonlyburts.shutterfly.com/pictures/11#10 https://photos.shutterfly.com/full/42884244888 Send your best offer to - email@example.com
Here we have my '93 Geo Metro LSI convertible. It has only 84,530 original miles. It is a 3 cyl, 5 speed stick. Runs good, top is in good shape, interior is in nice condition the driver side seat bottom shows some wear and stains. The remarkable thing about this car is its body is rust free. It was kept inside most of its life. It has a cracked windshield where the inspection sticker is. It needs the center plastic piece when the top is down. It also needs a donut spare, a muffler, and some other minor work. This is not a perfect car, but not many of these survived the rust problem. It gets over 40mpg, and with gas prices going up, you can't beat it. You are welcome to come and see the car before you bid. I have done my best to describe the car. There are no guarantees or warranties or money back promises of any kind. It is the buyers responsibility to pay for the car in cash and pay for the title transfer and to pick it up in a timely manner.Please note, back window is clear, not cloudy.
91' Geo Metro LSI Convertible for sale; currently registered historic. Antique collectible car. Ran very well until a week ago. Will not run, engine just turns over; will have to tow off of property. Have not been able to take it to get inspected but I think it needs a new fuel injector and is leaking oil into the combustion chamber. An extremely easy car to work on and does not seem like an expensive fix, I just do not have the time or money right now. Would make a great project car or could be salvaged for parts, makes a great daily commuter too provided it gets up and running! We replaced most everything in the car, had a new transmission and engine installed so I'm not entirely sure of the exact mileage. New top as well. Right door will not open, has been stuck for some time now. Could use a new paint job. Gearshift cover is half-broken but shifts just fine. Large crack on right of windshield. Asking around 800.