Good deal or loss?
Hello car community! I recently bought a
2006 Range Rover Westminster 4.4
supercharged with 255k miles. I know you
guys probably think I’m crazy however the
transmission has been replaced at 165k and
engine was rebuilt at at 175k at a dealer. Not
to mention air shocks been replaced and
always serviced at dealer. so as I bought the
car for 3700$. The car has no light on which
is surprising and drives flawlessly.I would like
to know from your perspective if this was a
good purchase. The only issues: paint on top
pealing, bumper cracked on bottom,
headliner sagging, and a cracked window.
Only going to drive this 3-4 days a week
Nobody who doesn't know how to work on cars should buy a car like this; even though major repairs were done prior to your getting it. A quarter million miles puts this car way past any reasonable projected expiration forecast. But it does sound as if the car might be in decent condition for now, but when you have ANY major problems in the future, don't put a dime into it. Just consider yourself fortunate to have driven it for some time. For what you paid, it won't expect this to become a financial disaster.
Thanks for the response my dad worked on jaguars and we have all the tools for these British cars so hopefully this is going to be a diy car. I’m not to worried I’d the car breaks down because it’s just a toy/ lawn ornament nothing special. I only bought it because the services have been done to it and I always wanted to drive one.
If you can afford the loss, drive it until it dies and then plant daisies in it.
I’ll give everyone a monthly/year update on it if anyone wants I’ll reply to this post
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