When the car was first sold in Idaho, it had only been offered to the local residents.
The company behind it had built it in China and brought it back to the U.S. with an engine that was a mix of a Toyota Camry and a Chevy Corvette.
That car, named the ‘boise second hand car’, quickly caught on.
The car quickly became a top seller.
But now, Idaho is asking you to buy it, too.
In February 2018, the Idaho Department of Commerce and Economic Development announced it would be selling a second-generation Boise second hand SUV.
That vehicle is the first of what’s likely to be several that are expected to be sold in the state over the next few years.
The state’s economy relies heavily on vehicle sales, and in order to meet the needs of the growing industry, the government is looking to increase its role in the industry.
The new vehicle is designed to meet Idaho’s needs in the same way that it’s designed for a dealership: to provide low-cost service.
It’s a vehicle that has the ability to be customized to meet customers’ needs, and the company says it is willing to pay up to $10,000 for the right to build the vehicle.
The Idaho State Police, along with the Idaho Insurance Department, are now selling the vehicle as a low-risk option for low-income Idahoans and seniors.
The vehicle comes with a base price of $35,000.
It can be had for $37,500 with the optional second hand vehicle, which includes a second hand seat and rear passenger side window.
The dealership will offer a $2,500 discount on the standard option for first-time buyers.
The first-hand vehicle will be available to purchase online starting Feb. 12, 2018, or by calling (208) 696-9595.
The price starts at $39,950.
In addition, the dealership is offering the vehicle for $15,000 with a two-year warranty.
The standard car can be ordered by calling the dealership or online.
The additional option includes a full-color windshield, fog lights, a rear spoiler and a rear seat.
The second hand option can be purchased by calling or online, and includes the optional windshield, side-view camera and fog lights.
The dealer will be selling the new vehicle through its Idaho Vehicle Sales Office.
It will be a first-of-its-kind opportunity for the state.