Damn...a bit too far to make it worth my while..............I'm in NC, and
it would cost too much to get up there to get it, and tow her back
Would love to have it though. Now if you come across an 87 or 88 Cutlass
Supreme with buckets (complete solid car, engine optional) I may consider a
trip your way regardless....my real e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
I know...I'm from NC, and have a line on a 87 442 that is a little
rough...The quarters are dented up pretty bad and the interior is
shot.....BUT there is no rust underneath........They are hard to come by
down here too...
Shame your not closer. I know of a 79 Cutlass in EXCELLENT shape right
down the road, it is owned by my wife's cousin. About two years ago it
was repainted (chalky paint and ugly color) at the time they went over
it top to bottom, only two small rust spots on the rear deck lid (down
at the crimp as usual for GM). It now has a mint green paint and the
vinyl roof has been redone in white. They don't drive it much and Deb
said she is looking to sell it. It does need one LR marker light lens
(kids and bikes don't belong near cars) and the wiring needs to be
reloomed under the dash (everything works but it looks ugly if you look
up from under the dash) and it need a few of the emissions lines
connected up. It had AC but the compressor went south so they removed
most of the hardware, and the air cleaner housing is the wrong one for
the car. (Engine and trans were gone through at the same time ( 307
Olds with the metric POS behind it) the rest of the car was done. Rear
frame rails are like new, trunk is almost perfect.
Price wise I think she said she was going to start at 3500-4000.00.
Thanks, but got a 79 in the garage that I stole for $200. It needs a motor
(has a seized 305, but I have both a Chevy 350 and an Olds 350 that I can
put back) but the body is awesome, and may not even need paint. Need to
clean it up a bit to be sure. It has been stuffed in my garage for 2 years
now with junk piling on it....
Cooperstown is near my old stomping ground. Grew up outside of Albany. I
get up there every now and again, so it is not far fetched to make it up
there to see it if it is still available.....Does it have buckets, or bench?
Yup, practically around the corner from there.
My folks have been treated fairly well by that RV dealer. Oddly,
we've never bought a vehicle at the Chevy dealer, only Chevy dealer we
dealt with was DeNooyer on 2 occasions, but I go in there asking about
parts once in a while.
No shit...My brother was the parts guy over at DeNooyer. He quit there
about 6-8 months ago when they started dicking him around about a promotion.
Now he works for the state.
Damn, it is a small cyberspace!!!
Bought my truck at DeNooyer Chevy in Dec. Really is a small world. I
only dealt with the service and sales guys. I might have bought a
part for my old truck there at some point. My folks bought a van
there back in 93 or 94.
Didn't happen to buy a white 2003 1500 with silver two tone??? a Demo???
with a few thousand miles on it... I surely hope not. My brother said that
one of the bosses crinkled the truck and they fixed it and tried to sell it
as a demo...used the two tone to hide the work.
ok...good. It was too good to be true for the price they were selling it
for. They "claimed" it was a demo with 100% factory warranty...blah, blah,
blah. 2000 miles or so, don't really remember. I had questioned the silver
two tone, as it was rare for an 03 base model truck to have it. At least
all the white trucks I had looked at. I didn't get under it to look for
damage because the really stupid low price made me question the integrity of
the deal.. Went back to talk to my brother and he gave me the low down on
it. Someone got took.
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