It's time to part with my old Grand Prix, advice please

Patrick00SE

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Not sure how many 00 Grand Prixs are left, but I thought I'd check before letting the local guy scrap it for $300.

It's a 3.1 grocery getter in red. I've put a lot into it over the years, but I doubt it will ever be loved by me again with all the new things I have now. The transmission was new 100k mi ago or so, newer suspension parts, even swapped the engine. I'd hate to send it to the scrap yard. Are there better options? Starts and drives but a brake line blew so it doesn't stop right now.

Located in Illinois. Thanks for your advice, in advance!
 

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Not sure how many 00 Grand Prixs are left, but I thought I'd check before letting the local guy scrap it for $300.

It's a 3.1 grocery getter in red. I've put a lot into it over the years, but I doubt it will ever be loved by me again with all the new things I have now. The transmission was new 100k mi ago or so, newer suspension parts, even swapped the engine. I'd hate to send it to the scrap yard. Are there better options? Starts and drives but a brake line blew so it doesn't stop right now.

Located in Illinois. Thanks for your advice, in advance!
Not knowing mileage it's worth $1,250 so if it runs why not fix the brake line.
 
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