If you are in most places in Florida, you may not think of the Craigslist Ft Myers website where you can get all kinds of deals, especially on cars. Ft Myers is located almost due west from the Miami metro area located in South Florida on the east coast and their Craigslist classifieds site encompasses Lee County, Charlotte County and Collier County.
And if you are looking for a car anywhere around the Ft Myers area, the absolute best place to look if of course, Craigslist Ft Myers.
Here are some of the most recent finds we locate while looking through all the ads posted:
2002 Toyota Corolla FS/FT OBO – $5500 Lehigh Acres / Naples
2002 Toyota Corolla CE with 91,518 miles as of time of post. Great gas saver 28 city / 37 hwy according to Kelley Blue Book. Interior is in good clean condition. 5-speed manual transmission, shifts and drives smooth. Cold A/C. Tires almost new. Recently polished headlights. Have clean CarFax in hand.
We know from personal experience that Toyota Corollas are great vehicles as my wife had one for nearly 20 years and it had 160,000 miles on it when we got rid of it. However, this one seems a little overpriced, but hey, you could probably make the owner a deal.
1994 Chevy 1500 Stepside with cold Air Conditioning – $2500
I have a 1994 Chevy 1500 Stepside it has a crate motor, cold A/C, B&M slap shiter,new brakes, new fuel pump, new fuel filter new battery, dual exhaust. The truck is in good shape I’m selling it cause I’m moving up north and I have another truck so I don’t need 2 trucks please call me if interested. (Click on link for phone number)
This is a pretty nice looking truck for only $2,500, would like to know how many miles are on it though. I wish people would put that in the ad.
And here’s a nice classic Camaro for all you car enthusiasts:
1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Convertible – $36,900 - North-port
This car is a numbers matching 1969 Camaro, powered by a 327 small block. This car starts up and runs perfect. Automatic transmission that shifts perfect. This car has had a frame off restoration years ago and still looks great today.
Wow, what a classic, too bad it’s priced at $36.9K. I remember when you could get these for about $1,000, not any more. It would be nice to own a 69 Camaro again. Originally this vehicle probably sold for about $4,000.