She don't have anything special. Dark Green, T-Top, the standard extras. I
found it on a lot for $5900 with only 53000 miles on it. I offered 5850 and
they took it. Dealer had put new tires on it. Only thing wrong with the
car is chip marks on the front nose. I noticed the same car on Auto Trader
and the dealer was asking $9200. I noticed the vintage number and it was my
car!!! Talk about a good feeling inside.
One question I do have and maybe the group can help me. When I run the
vintage number on carfax, it comes up as an RS. But this car does not have
any of the ground effect moldings. Is my car an RS? I have the sticker
that came on the car when it was new and it has nothing on it that says RS.
Also I noticed on the seats that it as a 30 engraved on them with a
Chevrolet emblem. Do you think 30th anniversary editions may be worth
something in the future?
Rick Spilled my beer when they jumped on the table and proclaimed in
Yup. Dealers, go fig. <G> Sounds nice though...
Hmm. Could Carfax be mistaken or something?
Here's a link to a VIN decoder to see for yourself, just in case.
I'm sure that others might have suggestions too...
If handling is one of your primary concerns you may want to consider adding
new shocks (bilstien HD for stock springs or Koni's if $$ is no option).
stock DeCarbon's only seem to be good for 20 to 30k miles. YRMV
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