Broken strut, subframes and other gen3 shenanigans

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Silent Runner

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I won't ask why but that is a shame, your Camry makes a great winter car.
It’s a fair question to ask why, and if I had more resources and real estate I would hang on to the Camry. It’s just that I‘m being offered another car, a 2008 model with 110k km on it, in near mint condition. It’s a top of the line sedan with a 270hp v-6, brand new tires, and a full dealer service record, and the price is impossible to say no to.
Breaks my heart, but I have to give her up, and I’m going to take a soaking on the price to sell her. More than $2500 has been invested the car in the last 6 months.
 
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I hate to see you lose money, but for some context I've seen the bills people pay taking their cars to the dealer to be fixed and serviced. I find it bewildering that people continue to pay those prices, I guess they feel it's normal. How much do you want for your car? I know someone that needs a ride for winter.
 
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