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How to Go About Buying a Cobalt !

so im looking into get an 06 ss manual.

anyway should i just buy one from where im at stock with just the s/c in it
or should i look into ebay and try to get one thats all ready modded ?

i was thinking if i bought one off ebay it would be cheaper..but then i dont know how hard the car has been ran and in what shape the mods are.

what would be the better way of going about getting a cobalt ?
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Honestly I'd say start bone stock so you know exactly what you got. Plus it'll feel much better when you do your own mods.

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Honestly I'd say start bone stock so you know exactly what you got. Plus it'll feel much better when you do your own mods.
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A lot of used SS/SC's were already modded and returned to stock before selling. So keep that in mind too.

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buying a modded one doesnt hurt.if u can find a low mileage one thats stock then do it.

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Honestly I'd say start bone stock so you know exactly what you got. Plus it'll feel much better when you do your own mods.
+5. Nothing is more satisfying then modding your own car, your way, your style and with your own hard work. Go stock, then transform it your way. When you see your own work you will feel that car is yours, not someone elses that you just bought

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