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It's all up for sale
Posted 17 December 2005 - 10:17 AM
1978 4WD wagon $3,800. a little over 80k on it.Original CT car that was rustproofed with Zeibart,correctly,when new.
Edit:Holding off on selling the '73.
SnoWay plow $800 will need $2 switch and some time to install.Works on Stage II EA71 cars and EA81 cars for sure.Certainly could be adapted to an EA82 as well.
There's more but I won't post what I can't get at yet.
Don't bother posting here.Contact me through email or phone if you have my number.
You either want these at the prices posted or you don't.
Keep in mind that I'm a moderator here in the historic forum and I'll simply delete any post on this thread.There's NO REASON to reply here.Contact me through email or phone ONLY please.That goes for anyone seeking more pics and info,etc. too.
There's enough info here to satisfy basic interest.If you're serious then stand up and speak to me directly.
Posted 18 December 2005 - 10:01 AM
If you think my prices are too high but are interested you can approach me off the post thread.That means email or PM or phone if you have my number.
My 4WD wagon can be used,and does get used in the winter without cause for alarm.It's a true workhorse with low mileage.Fully functional,the same mileage and condition that you'd pay $6,000+++ for if it were a Legacy on a dealer's lot.
I'm not sure how many 86k mile cars you can get that run this well,are easy to work on,and look entirely interesting for under $6,000.My price on this wagon is firm,for now.
1978 4WD wagon - $3,800 The local dealer has offered $2,500 but I told them to look elsewhere.
Posted 20 December 2005 - 10:35 PM
I'm very proud to say that a board member is very interested in the '78 and agrees the price is fair.
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