Ford Probe for Sale in Laurel, MT

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$4,998 $5,798 97,766 mi.

1997 Ford Probe GT

Fair Price
Ewald Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Oconomowoc
(262) 326-1871
4.6 (155 reviews)
1012 mi. from 59044
  • Ext. Color: Silver
  • Int. Color: Other
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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(262) 326-1871
Mike the Rebel
by Cageary44 from DealerRater.com
November 29, 2018
Mike was very helpful and accommodating. As a salesmen myself I appreciated the effort to understand the type of vehicle I was looking for and he did what a good salesmen does. He finds the right fit, not the quickest sale. Mike put me in a 2019 RAM 1500 REBEL which was a car I never considered or thought I liked (after months of researching and testing cars) until he evaluated what my wants, uses and needs of a truck we???re. Nailed it. Got a great deal. Much more professional at Oconomowoc than the Franklin location too overall in all departments. Would recommend.
Awsome Car
by Sports Car Enthusiast from Garnet Valley, Pennsylvania
September 19, 2011
The car is great. My probe has 55,000 miles and is gonna run forever. Right now its been sitting in my parking lot for about 4 months because of personal issues but i just drove it the other day and its still purrinn. i have a magna flow exhaust and tinted windows and cops never do anything. Great car!!
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$3,200 214,500 mi.

1993 Ford Probe

Ben (Private Seller)
738 mi. from 59044
  • Ext. Color: Blue
  • Int. Color: Gray
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Best car I've had so far
by Jay from Sherbrooke, QC
February 28, 2017
The 1993 Probe GT is an incredibly fun car to drive. This thing can handle corners like it was nothing and is over-performant when it comes to slamming it to the floor. The first one I had was a '93 and passed away at the venerable age of 23, after Canadian winters took the best of the floor and frame. I took the main parts of it out and used them on my '95 GT because they were still in good shape. I paid 1,500$ for my '93 and it cost me 1000$ (including a 700$ welding of the rear shocks plate) in repairs. This car is very unexpensive for all it can give to its owner. It's a real head-turner, especially when you add a body kit to it and it's extremely mod-friendly (for KL-ZE swaps, for example). For a good price you can reach a decent 230 HP and beat most of the modified cars you will likely find out there. Despite having to be careful about the rust when you buy one, if it has been well-treated you will certainly find pleasure in driving it on an everyday basis. These GT's are very affordable and so underestimated. I gladly recommend this car to anyone who's willing to go out there and have lots of fun for cheap.
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