Matthew’s 1998 Nissan Altima

Donated to WBUR

WBUR Car Donation Review

“Sad to say goodbye to a great car.”

This was my grandmothers car from 1996. Drove like a dream, only 16,000 miles when I got it. Super dependable car. My youngest was learning how to drive in it and it was going to be her car. Sad to say goodbye to a great car that lasted longer than any new cars made today. RIP. We?ll miss you.

Thank You, Matthew!

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