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 95 DCM Impala...Looks rough, but runs good

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PostSubject: 95 DCM Impala...Looks rough, but runs good   Tue Oct 09, 2012 11:16 am

95 DCM Impala, just under 160,000 miles if I recall, runs great, tranny shift good, brakes all work, no warning lights that I recall. Seats are in surprisingly good shape considering how the rest of the car looks.

Picked this up last month on a whim. I needed a set of tires and it has a nice set on it...LOL. Too bad it's so rusty, runs great, could be a good winter beater for someone. You could also easily double your money parting it if you want to take the time. That or it is a great parts car for a clone and still be able to sell off enough to make your money back.

I did not get the time to start parting it out, and honestly don't see it coming down the pipeline. Add in the fact that I forgot I have a tax bill due on the 15th, and I'd like to see this thing gone by the weekend.






Issues:
-1/4 panels are rusted out
-door panels are BEAT (but I might have some less-beat ones I can throw in)
-Driver tail light have a crack (might have a spare)
-Headlights are yellowed Caprice units (Have cleaner Caprice units in the loft I can include)
-exhaust is pretty ghetto, but brand new, no cats though, someone stole them before I bought it.
-carpet is dirty
-Steering wheel is almost completely worn off leather
-Most body panels have dents, rust or dings, but everything works.


$1000 takes it minus the tires, car will be on steel wheels with good, mismatched tires and the beat up SS wheels will be in the trunk. I have about $1200 total into it, but I need the tires, so $1000 takes it.

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