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95brmw



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PostSubject: Thinning the heard feeler   Tue Sep 02, 2014 2:08 pm

I'm looking at getting another project and looks like I'll need to thin the heard a bit.  Here's what I'm looking to sell, I guess this is a Crovo style sell-off  Sad

94 9C1.  151k, LT1, drivetrain is out of a 96 SS.  Runs and drives great.  Will be sold with stock headlights and tails, 454 wheels go with it.  Roadmaster limited interior, C68 digital climate control.  Air ride in back with class III hitch and brake controller.  Solid car.  $1500











1995 1A2 wagon.  204k, runs and drives great (tranny has 15k on it).  Crank windows, power locks, carpeting.  Solid car.  Comes with factory N97s with very good tires.  Front end has dent and hole in bumper, have replacements to go with the car.  $1400



1996 Fleetwood.  181k Black on black, excellent condition inside and out.  NJ car, no rust.  Runs and drives like a dream.  Completely rebuilt front end, new air ride system with new compressor.  Probably one of the nicest cars I ever drove.  Chrome Broughm wheels with almost new tires. (not in pic).  Vinyl top in excellent shape, has sunroof.  $3000















2000 Sebring Convertible
I know it's not a B, or a GM but it sure is fun to drive in the summer.  160k, 2.5l mitsubishi engine, autostick, top works good, no leaks.  $1300


I'm open to offers as well.


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CrashMaster



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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Tue Sep 02, 2014 3:06 pm

What are the chrome fleetwood wheels like? Would you sell them without the car?

You should also sell me the drivers seat if its mint and the drivers side b pillar. I have a beautiful ripped 55k mile seat and b pillar cover I could put in as cores lol
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95brmw



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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Tue Sep 02, 2014 3:10 pm

CrashMaster wrote:
What are the chrome fleetwood wheels like? Would you sell them without the car?

You should also sell me the drivers seat if its mint and the drivers side b pillar. I have a beautiful ripped 55k mile seat and b pillar cover I could put in as cores lol

Not parting the car out, being sold complete.
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MalibuSSwagon



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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Tue Sep 02, 2014 3:12 pm

And of course I'm buying a house when you post this! Would love to have that 1A2, or really any of them.

Good luck with the sale.
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silverfox103



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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Tue Sep 02, 2014 4:10 pm

Wow! This is major news. Stunning!!

I want to see an updated picture of your driveway Dave. I'm guessing the new project is there already.


Tom
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95brmw



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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Tue Sep 02, 2014 5:54 pm

silverfox103 wrote:
Wow!  This is major news.  Stunning!!

I want to see an updated picture of your driveway Dave.  I'm guessing the new project is there already.


Tom

Not here yet, soon.

Picture as of today:
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Matt Trakker



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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Tue Sep 02, 2014 6:22 pm

Jeez, there are several of those I would like to have, lol. Not selling the "more distressed" RMW instead of the 1a2 Dave?

Even that Sebring looks fun to bomb around in
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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Tue Sep 02, 2014 6:38 pm

Thank goodness that he doesn't have that one for sale. Cuz I want out! Lol

Good luck with the sales, dude!

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95brmw



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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Tue Sep 02, 2014 7:50 pm

I never pulled the ad for the distressed roadie, winter is coming guys.....
In all honesty I would rather sell something other than the 1A2, It's cool in it's own "I'm a police wagon" kind of way. The distressed Roadie can be had for $800, runs and drives, good tires.
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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Tue Sep 02, 2014 7:55 pm

And Tom, I'll leave this here for now



And it's the fastest color Arrow
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Matt Trakker



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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Tue Sep 02, 2014 8:42 pm

^stop copying me! Laughing

It's funny because with people selling off their stuff I have the urge to do the same. Maybe it's a subconscious winter is coming thing. I just found some rust on my truck that pissed me off...I almost just want nothing but the yellow Impala and one rust free vehicle for everyday use.
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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Tue Sep 02, 2014 8:46 pm

And a thumb drive with Jennifer Lawerence nakid pics?

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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Tue Sep 02, 2014 8:50 pm

Matt Trakker wrote:
^stop copying me!  Laughing

It's funny because with people selling off their stuff I have the urge to do the same.  Maybe it's a subconscious winter is coming thing.  I just found some rust on my truck that pissed me off...I almost just want nothing but the yellow Impala and one rust free vehicle for everyday use.  

Not exactly copying, I said fastest color Razz. I'll give a hint, it's a 3 letter color Very Happy

Part of my wanting to sell (besides space) is the thought of paying to store the Fleetwood again makes me sick. Storage indoors in CT is not cheap.
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silverfox103



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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Tue Sep 02, 2014 8:52 pm

And I'm guessing there's an BIG engine swap planned!
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95brmw



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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Tue Sep 02, 2014 9:01 pm

silverfox103 wrote:
And I'm guessing there's an BIG engine swap planned!

Not for a while, LS builds are not budget friendly even when they come cheap. For those interested, here's the auction he had listed. It's rough but solid. I wish I could say I got it for the price shown, but no.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1996-Chevrolet-Impala-SS-project-car-original-unmodified-runs-and-drives-/271592315696?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEWAX%3AIT&_trksid=p2047675.l2557&nma=true&si=bwZpD%252Fis20oB17ZSIn0fnUytoYU%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc
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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Wed Sep 03, 2014 9:16 am

And for anyone seriously interested in this stuff (or things not listed here), make me an offer I might just take it Shocked
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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Wed Sep 03, 2014 11:33 pm

Damn dude! If this was spring I would probably take that 9c1 off you...Or maybe the Fatwood, that thing looks mint!

If it doesn't sell by winter I'll offer you free storage in exchange for a discounted purchase price come spring when I can justify a non AWD car that gets less than 25 MPG...then I'd just have to figure out which one I want.

Doug

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95brmw



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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Mon Sep 22, 2014 9:06 pm

Pooge wrote:
Damn dude! If this was spring I would probably take that 9c1 off you...Or maybe the Fatwood, that thing looks mint!

If it doesn't sell by winter I'll offer you free storage in exchange for a discounted purchase price come spring when I can justify a non AWD car that gets less than 25 MPG...then I'd just have to figure out which one I want.

Doug

I might take you up on that offer Smile

As winter is coming, I'm motivated to sell this Caddy.  I won't let it sit outside over the winter, and don't want to pay storage fees.  Also, FINALLY got pics of the 1A2!  I haven't cleaned it, but here it is.

Link to the album with all the important shots
http://s695.photobucket.com/user/moldymac/library/Caprice%201A2/body%20pics




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95brmw



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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Sat Sep 27, 2014 7:43 pm

With winter approaching, I'm gonna have to think about storing the caddy (it does not rot outside in the winter). Come spring I'm gonna have to try selling it again and loose out on the storage cash. So with that in mind, I'll drop it to $2,250 to anyone up here.
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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Sun Oct 05, 2014 6:54 pm

The Caddy is with it's new owner now, he's someone we all know but I'll let him spill the beans and tell the story of this purchase. It was an adventure.

So that leaves the 1A2 and the 9C1 up for sale. Due to my fancy Caprice plate, I'm looking to sell one or the other.
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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Sun Oct 05, 2014 8:06 pm

Dave

Just out of curiosity, how's the "thinning the herd going"? By my count it's not very successful; in fact your in worse shape now than before you started.

Tom
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95brmw



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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Sun Oct 05, 2014 9:20 pm

Not good, this is the first sale I made. A Riviera I sold earlier this year came back due to non-payment of a friend. Sold that this afternoon.
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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Wed Oct 08, 2014 2:22 pm


I purchased the Fleetwood from Dave this past Sunday.

Here she is getting her first feeding in NH.


Now for the Adventure..

The plan.
Sunday Morning I drove down to Dave's with Jason to look at the car. If it is as described purchase it. I drive the Fleetwood back to NH and Jason would drive my MAB roadmaster back.

What actually happened.
The weather was beautiful and we had an incident free ride down to Dave's. I take the Fleetwood out for a test drive and it's everything Dave described. We do the deal and the Fleetwood changes hands. We load up to head north.

This is where it gets interesting.

Dave's driveway is on a busy street with very little warning of approaching cars.

At the corner of the drive is a White Mailbox on a Stainless steel pole. The Mailbox sits at about rear window height. The Pole is secured with at least 4 feet of concrete below grade. (You know where this is going..)

Jason was distracted by the potential traffic and backed into the mailbox at the end of the drive.

The back gate window explodes against the mailbox and the Mailbox dings the tailgate.

So trip interrupted. We get out to survey the carnage. Of course we didn't take pictures...

As we were cleaning up the shattered glass Dave states. "Oh I have a back glass in storage. Do you want it?"

So we hop into Dave's LS powered OCC and off to the storage place. We find the glass and place it into the OCC.

A quick blast back to Dave's house and we load the "New" back glass into the MAB roadmaster.

We then proceed to Chris P's house where we were supposed to have lunch. (It's now dinner time). We install the glass and head back to Mass.

Dave, thank you for selling me the Back Glass and the Fleetwood.

It was quite the adventure.

-Douglas
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95brmw



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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Wed Oct 08, 2014 9:58 pm

So weird seeing the car at a strange gas station, but I'm glad it's in good hands.

That had to be the most interesting car sale I've ever had. I guess if you're have a window blow out, it's best to do it at a b body hoarders place!

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PostSubject: Re: Thinning the heard feeler   Wed Oct 08, 2014 10:06 pm

Ohh thats a rough adventure, but things could always be worse.
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