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 92 Roadmaster sedan city car 39k miles

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PostSubject: 92 Roadmaster sedan city car 39k miles   Tue Dec 09, 2014 11:27 am

Seeing if there is any interest in my daily driver. It's rust free (unbelievable underneath) but it has a ding or small dent on just about every panel. The interior is in good shape except for the carpets which I would say have had every liquid known to man spilled over them for the past 23 years. It was hard for me to believe the mileage when I first saw the car but when I looked underneath I was shocked to find it near immaculate. The carfax also lines up perfectly with imcrimental mileage reports that are typical of a city car. I do not think the car was ever in a major accident (no big dents or signs of paint work) it just looks like it was the subject of many rouge shopping carts, "parked by feel" owners, and careless people using it as a door stop for their own cars in parking lots.

Very reliable, comfortable, rust free low mileage car though. Asking 2500obo. This is for the utilitarian buyer for sure! I replaced the tie rods and the center link when I first bought it and the only thing that went on me was the brake master cylinder and the rear wheel cylinders which are fixed of course. AC is like ice and the heater works great. It's riding on base fleetwood rims and has meaty tires. No exhaust leaks or any other noises. As for what the car needs... Besides a professional paint less dent removers day of undivided attention haha.... An alignment. It's a great car that I've put about 5k miles on in the past few months of ownership.

Anyhow, I'm considering selling this and keeping the white one I put up for sale here as my daily. I wasn't planning on selling this but am just shocked in the lack of interest in the 96 tow pack and have decided it would be more fun to DD. If there is any serious interest please call or text me and I can snap a few pictures. As I've never had any luck selling anything on here.... Ever haha.... I don't want to bother going through the pain in the ass of photos on here lol

So if you want a cheap daily driver b body that should last for years you couldn't do better than this 39k miler 508-769-5080.
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PostSubject: Re: 92 Roadmaster sedan city car 39k miles   Wed Jan 14, 2015 3:20 pm

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