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PORT HOPE, ONT

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so I picked up this car for parts but im starting to think its in to good of shape to rip up
its a 1995 roadmaster lt1 148000 with tow package posi rear and grand touring edition trim full leather interior, pretty much top of the line
also has been undercoated many times just minor rust areas

so now i gotta decide if its worth holding onto or if those options are common enough that its not a big deal

thanks for any info

 

Kurt



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Always worth saving, I'm on my 2nd one, in fact there's a full sub-culture of them.
gmlongroof.4umer.com/

I have a parts car that still has some serviceable bits on it if you need any.

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INDIAN RIVER, ONT

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Definitely worth saving as long as there are no major rust problems, and it sounds like there aren't. It has all the right options.
I just got my 96 Roadmaster on the road last week, still need a few trim pieces for it though.

Glenn

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57150 wrote:

Definitely worth saving as long as there are no major rust problems, and it sounds like there aren't. It has all the right options.
I just got my 96 Roadmaster on the road last week, still need a few trim pieces for it though.

Glenn


 Wow Glen Gotta say I got caught up in all ur very Kewl Photos...

Thanks for sharing



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I have had two Buicks and now have a '94 Caprice SS wagon.
I bought it in Atlanta, Georgia.
Goes like a rocket.
Have a look at this forum www.impalassforum.com/

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