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I've got a '92 corolla that's got a bad case of body rust, which has caused the rear bumper to fall off. The A/C leaks (but the compressor works), so it's not really worth it to me to repair it., but the drivetrain runs like a kitten and only has 132,000 miles on it and delivers 35mpg on the highway all day long.

New tires, struts, brakes (incl rotors), alignment this year
new exhaust in 2008

Anyone want it? I'll let it go, cheap.

**UPDATE** - someone's willing to pay me real cash money for it. Works for me.
 

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I've got a '92 corolla that's got a bad case of body rust, which has caused the rear bumper to fall off. The A/C leaks (but the compressor works), so it's not really worth it to me to repair it., but the drivetrain runs like a kitten and only has 132,000 miles on it and delivers 35mpg on the highway all day long.

New tires, struts, brakes (incl rotors), alignment this year
new exhaust in 2008

Anyone want it? I'll let it go, cheap.
are you trying to part it out? I need the rear struts if they fit on a 89 wagon
 

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I'd like to sell the whole thing if I can. It seems wrong to part her out if she's still drivable.
 

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I'd like to sell the whole thing if I can. It seems wrong to part her out if she's still drivable.

realistically if its rusted to the point you want to get rid of it, then not many people will want it to drive. unless they are expert rust repair people lol. they probably will try to get it cheap and use the good parts such as the drivetrain. you should part it out for yourself. or maybe find another 92 that has a good body. and swap all your good stuff in? or fix the rust, unless your that set on gettin rid of the corolla
 
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