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Plymouth Villager Ls Minivan Winter Car. Front 2 Seats Only Good Runner As Is on

US $749.99

Gillett, Wisconsin, United States

Gillett, Wisconsin, United States

Up for purchase here is a used high millage ?? 1997 Plymouth Villager LS minivan. It starts and runs good. Rear breaks done last fall. New battery last winter. Has age and wear flaws. 1the speedometer doesn't work 2 cracked windshield on passenger side 3 only (2) driver and passenger seats. ding dents scratches etc... Good vehicle for hauling a bunch of things. No trailer hitch. Clear title. Dependable winter driver! !

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Wed, 30 Jan 2008 00:00:00 -0800

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