Top Ten Dos and Don’ts: Buying Your First C3

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Buying any used car is a process full of peril, and that goes triple when you’re considering a 25-year-old sports car. No matter how smart or lucky you think you are, it’s important to remember that forums are filled with stories of starry-eyed folks who watched their dream car slowly turn into a nightmare. And while I realize that the whole dream-to-nightmare analogy isn’t the most original phrase, neither is ?ran when parked,? ?minor rust,? ?perfect for restoration,? or ?runs strong.? Get the point? Good. So to insure that your C3 burns more rubber than it does money, read through CF Senior Member chstitans42′s excellent Ten Rules for Buying Your First C3. It just might save your relationship, sanity, or life.

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