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Information about Used Cars in Philadelphia: Pricing

Used cars can vary greatly as far as sticker price goes. The starting point for a used car that is road worthy and running is a range of $1000-$2000. A used vehicle like this may be able to serve as basic point to point transportation. The cars will usually have high mileage, and would be sold by a private party; dealers don't bother to keep used cars or used trucks of this caliber on their lot. In this price range, it is likely that in the near future you may face many or costly repairs, and will wonder how much money to pour into the used car. The next range up would be considered around a $5000 to $9000 price tag. The vehicle may have high mileage, but could also be in good shape, especially if it was well maintained by the previous owner. Normally, independent used car dealers sell a vehicle at this price, and it will take much more searching to find exactly what you want. The upper range for used cars would be $10,000-$18,000 (always with the possibility to go higher). If properly maintained, a used car like this should last for another few years relatively trouble-free.

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Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania and the sixth-most-populous city in the United States.

The city is the nation's fourth-largest urban area by population and its fourth-largest consumer media market as ranked by the Nielsen Media Research. Popular nicknames for Philadelphia include Philly and The City of Brotherly Love.

The city is home to the Philadelphia Sketch Club, one of the country's oldest artists' clubs; and to a profusion of art galleries, many of which participate in the First Friday event. The first Friday of every month galleries in Old City are open late. The Avenue of the Arts in Center City contains many restaurants and theaters, such as the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, which is home to the Philadelphia Orchestra, and the Academy of Music, the nation's oldest continually operating venue, home to the Opera Company of Philadelphia.

Philadelphia has more public art than any other American city. In 1872, the Fairmount Park Art Association was created, the first private association in the United States dedicated to integrating public art and urban planning. In 1959, lobbying by the Artists Equity Association helped create the Percent for Art ordinance, the first for a U.S. city. The program, which has funded more than 200 pieces of public art, is administered by the Philadelphia Office of Arts and Culture, the city's art agency. The program has funded more than 2,800 murals by professional, staff and volunteer artists and educated over 20,000 underserved youth in neighborhoods throughout Philadelphia.

Philadelphia has had a prominent role in music. On July 13, 1985, Philadelphia hosted the American end of the Live Aid concert at John F. Kennedy Stadium. The city reprised this role for the Live 8 concert, bringing some 700,000 people to the Ben Franklin Parkway on July 2, 2005. Philadelphia is also home to the world-renowned Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale, who have performed their music all over the world. The Philly Pops is another famous Philadelphia music group. The city has played a major role in the development and support of American rock music and rap music. Hip-hop/Rap Artists such as The Roots, DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince, Beanie Segal, The Goats, Freeway, Schooly D, Eve and Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes hail from Philadelphia.

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