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Marion Toyota selling a car for $1

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You've seen car dealerships advertise low prices, but what about a car for $1?

Marion Toyota and Marion Collision are teaming up to sell a 2000 Toyota Camry to someone in need for that low price. 

A Marion Toyota customer generously donated that Camry to Project C.A.R., or Caring Auto Rehab.

The project's manager says it's one way they can help people in need be mobile, so they can get around to the doctor's office, the grocery store, or even work.

To apply for the car, you must be in need, must be 18, have a driver's license and social security number, as well as live in one of six southern Illinois counties.

You can click here or here for more information and to apply.

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