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Goods For Sale/Trade / Re: US Mint Coins For Sale (Individuals only)
« on: December 23, 2020, 08:14:20 PM »
selling 2020 American Eagle One Ounce Palladium Uncirculated Coin 20EK Unopened box. $2800 or best offer

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So basically youíre talking an extra 600 to more like 800 to get a reasonable overnight charge. You are starting to approach the price of some of the standard car cheaper lease deals with more hassle.
NJ is rolling out a $500 rebate towards the installation and buying the charger. It seems like this was already approved but they donít have a firm date yet. This info is on the same website as the car rebate.

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Goods For Sale/Trade / Re: US Mint Coins For Sale (Individuals only)
« on: November 02, 2020, 06:25:16 PM »
Selling the 3k coin at cost or best offer. Please PM

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Goods For Sale/Trade / Re: US Mint Coins For Sale (Individuals only)
« on: October 12, 2020, 09:10:42 PM »
selling one coin in Lakewood at cost $3020 (paid express shipping)

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Yes, the charger that comes with the car plugs into a regular outlet, but charges about 4 miles per hour. A level 2 charger can charge the full 260 miles in about 8/9 hours. A level 3 charging station charges it about 100 miles in a half hour. There seems to be a charging station on route 70, right near route 9 in Lakewood.

Additionally, NJ is in the process of releasing a rebate of $500 towards the purchase and installation of car chargers. Itís best to get a 40 Amp charger, and thereís a ĎMuststartí Charger for $350 on Amazon with many great reviews. As far as installing an upgraded outlet/wiring, I got a quote for $200 from a local electrician, but it may depend on how far your circuit breaker is from the location of your outlet - mine is at the edge of my garage, so the outlet would be very close by. It is also way less expensive than gas.

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Regular outdoor plug if you have a lot of time. Level 2 chargers are relatively cheap to install and will cut the time to charge by a lot.
Yes, the charger that comes with the car plugs into a regular outlet, but charges about 4 miles per hour. A level 2 charger can charge the full 260 miles in about 8/9 hours. A level 3 charging station charges it about 100 miles in a half hour. There seems to be a charging station on route 70, right near route 9 in Lakewood.

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General Discussion / Need someone to transfer a car in NJ
« on: October 01, 2020, 05:25:26 PM »
Driver for a car. North Jersey to Lakewood tonight or tomorrow. Please PM

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What if I don't have an existing lease?
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It will cost another 1500

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The dealer just told me that he can only guarantee the price for today since itís the last day of the month and he would need the person to be by the actual dealership, about an hour from Lakewood. Iíll keep you posted if he changes his mind tomorrow and there are still any left. You need good credit as well even though itís a one pay

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Is this with loyalty or conquest? That should qualify for an additional $1,500 off.
This quote includes the lease promo of 1500.

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NJ residents only. Costco member by 8/31/2020. Currently leasing a car. 36 months/10k yearly.
This is an electric car that can go up to 260 miles on a full charge. Only possible with one payment of $6980 for the Bolt LT model or $7590 for the Premier model. You will receive a 5k rebate from the state of NJ within 90 days (current timetable). Total cost is effectively $1980 for 3 years = $55 for the LT model or $2590 for 3 years = $72 a month. There is no tax on Electric cars in NJ.
I am not a broker or dealer, but Iím working with a dealer and taking a cut.
There are only 4 LT models and 2 Premier models available right now.
I canít promise you this deal as I donít have the final say, however, itís very likely that I can get it for you. Please PM if interested. Need to have funds to lay out the full amount for one pay, of which 5k will be returned via the NJ rebate. It may take time for me to respond to your PM.
The dealer is only accepting bank checks or cash. These cars are in stock.

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NY also has a rebate for the Bolt. not 5k though. It's 2k. Still a nice deal.
Can you do it for NY residents, or does it need to be purchased in NYS?
It may be possible, but it would cost you an additional 3k, as this price includes the 5k from the NJ rebate.

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NJ residents only. Costco member by 8/31/2020. Currently leasing a car. 36 months/10k yearly.
This is an electric car that can go up to 260 miles on a full charge. Only possible with one payment of $6980 for the Bolt LT model or $7590 for the Premier model. You will receive a 5k rebate from the state of NJ within 90 days (current timetable). Total cost is effectively $1980 for 3 years = $55 for the LT model or $2590 for 3 years = $72 a month. There is no tax on Electric cars in NJ.
I am not a broker or dealer, but Iím working with a dealer and taking a cut.
There are only 4 LT models and 2 Premier models available right now.
I canít promise you this deal as I donít have the final say, however, itís very likely that I can get it for you. Please PM if interested. Need to have funds to lay out the full amount for one pay, of which 5k will be returned via the NJ rebate. It may take time for me to respond to your PM.

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Deals/Deal Requests / Re: New Coin Deal
« on: September 25, 2020, 01:29:22 PM »
It's still available for sale.
Thereís one that sold for over 4K, but it says itís a preorder. Is that what makes the difference?

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