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Old 08-08-2018, 01:20 PM
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Ford's concept of the Flex was called the Fairlane! and I had owned a '63 Fairlane 2-door hardtop for many, many modded years.

The Flex is a cool-lookin' vee-hickle.

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Old 08-08-2018, 03:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Summers22 View Post
The Explorer had 72k on it.......its a 16. The Flex is actually a 14 with 40k on it. At times the Explorer was way to small for our needs and with the AWD, mpg was always around 18. Taxes were outrageous at $800 per year. We bought it in somewhat of a rush a year and a half ago and have never really fallen in love with it. So my wife asked that we start looking for something else with lower miles. After she drove a Flex, she was hooked, but I insisted on certain colors. This combo was one and with the miles and price, plus being a CPO, it was a no brainer. Will post pics soon.
Sorry, hold up.......800 a year tax? I've never heard of a yearly tax on a vehicle?
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Sorry, hold up.......800 a year tax? I've never heard of a yearly tax on a vehicle?
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Originally Posted by nfldfordman View Post
Sorry, hold up.......800 a year tax? I've never heard of a yearly tax on a vehicle?
Yep, every year we pay a tax and registration fee to own a vehicle that we already paid sales tax on.
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Yep, every year we pay a tax and registration fee to own a vehicle that we already paid sales tax on.
Correct. Yea Kansas. And if you buy a vehicle in a different county than you live you pay the sales tax of that county at purchase . When you take the vehicle home and register it and your county has a higher sales tax you pay the difference.
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Originally Posted by Summers22 View Post
Yep, every year we pay a tax and registration fee to own a vehicle that we already paid sales tax on.
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Correct. Yea Kansas. And if you buy a vehicle in a different county than you live you pay the sales tax of that county at purchase . When you take the vehicle home and register it and your county has a higher sales tax you pay the difference.
well that sucks! And I thought it was bad enough we have to pay sales tax on a used vehicle no matter how many times she's sold. Anyway, looking forward to pics.
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Originally Posted by nfldfordman View Post
well that sucks! And I thought it was bad enough we have to pay sales tax on a used vehicle no matter how many times she's sold. Anyway, looking forward to pics.
Down here in Texas you just pay sales tax, then a $50 registration fee yearly. Doesn't matter what county you purchase in. If you purchase out of state you MAY owe tax, but if you paid more tax in a different state than we charge here, you owe nothing. God bless Texas!

https://comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/.../sales-use.php
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Down here in Texas you just pay sales tax, then a $50 registration fee yearly. Doesn't matter what county you purchase in. If you purchase out of state you MAY owe tax, but if you paid more tax in a different state than we charge here, you owe nothing. God bless Texas!

https://comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/.../sales-use.php
now that seems fairly fair
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now that seems fairly fair
I agree. $50 per year, and that goes towards road repairs (at least in theory). Fine by me, especially since other states are apparently WAY higher. Lol
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