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Selling My Honda Element X-wav!

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#1 KarenFerguson


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  • Country:Los Osos, California
  • Spinal Injury Level:L3-L4 married to a C5
  • Injury Date:6-10-1981 and 9-4-1995

Posted 05 February 2009 - 07:02 PM

I know my driveway is becoming a used car lot ... but hubby & I decided to sell my black Honda Element X-Wav with it's Freedom Motors conversion. It's been a great vehicle & hubby is still going to keep his orange one. We just thought with kids on the horizon we needed something more practical for both our chairs and all the "kid stuff". So, we got a great deal on a 2004 Toyota Sienna XLE Limited Rampvan with all the bells and whistles.

Okay ... here it is ... dum da da dum!


It's at Aero Mobility in Santa Ana CA. They can ship the car anywhere and also can do financing ...ect. Also, it has 22,000 miles on it.

Hubby's website: www.basketcasecomix.com
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