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How much should I pay for a1967 Chevy Impala?

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mathecwi911

Salt Lake City, UT

#1 Oct 22, 2013
How much should I pay for a1967 Chevy Impala?Basically, I want this car. How much (ball park figure, estimates, exact prices, whatever) wwould it set me back? Just the car itself, mind. I ll handle the tax and insurance, etc myself.

And no, its not because of Supernatural.
monikamou521

Salt Lake City, UT

#2 Oct 22, 2013
mathecwi911 wrote:
How much should I pay for a1967 Chevy Impala?Basically, I want this car. How much (ball park figure, estimates, exact prices, whatever) wwould it set me back? Just the car itself, mind. I ll handle the tax and insurance, etc myself.

And no, its not because of Supernatural..
Try this site
@WWW.USINSURANCEQUOTE.ORG
Here you can compare quotes from different companies.
ludovicoicy902

Buffalo, NY

#3 Jan 2, 2014
erdaygt092 wrote:
<quoted text>Try this site where you can compare quotes from the best companies:@WWW.USINSURANCEQUOT E.ORG.
Thanks for the tip, it really helped me.
odysseusdax708

Chicago, IL

#4 Jan 28, 2014
Why don t health insurance companies compete on price like car insurance compan

I was watching TV (something I rarely do) this weekend, and I noticed a fair number of car insurance commercials from various companies. They were touting their high level of service and low prices, and urging consumers to investigate and switch to their company.

How come this doesn t appear to happen with health insurance? Is it because employers, rather than the actual people insured, shop for insurance in many cases? Is it because auto insurers are allowed to compete more freely across state borders? Are the basic expectations different when it comes to health insurance? Or, does competition already exist in the health insurance industry but the product is so much more expensive no matter what?

Serious answers appreciated. Thanks.
derrolbch669

Secaucus, NJ

#5 Feb 6, 2014
Why don t health insurance companies compete on price like car insurance compan

I was watching TV (something I rarely do) this weekend, and I noticed a fair number of car insurance commercials from various companies. They were touting their high level of service and low prices, and urging consumers to investigate and switch to their company.

How come this doesn t appear to happen with health insurance? Is it because employers, rather than the actual people insured, shop for insurance in many cases? Is it because auto insurers are allowed to compete more freely across state borders? Are the basic expectations different when it comes to health insurance? Or, does competition already exist in the health insurance industry but the product is so much more expensive no matter what?

Serious answers appreciated. Thanks.
Vibhavari

Dallas, TX

#6 Feb 17, 2014
Cost of car tax and insurance?

how much would it cost 23 year old female, first time driver in the USA, for fiat panda 04 on, 1.1l engine, roughly? thanks

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