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So at the local junkyard, they just got in a triple black fleet that got rearended. It is a 94 i think, small mirrors but HAS the LT1. BEAUTIFUL interior, all the black leather is mint, NO rips. judging by the interior, id say the car has no more than 70k miles on it. then i popped the hood, and WOW. i detail my motor and its pretty clean, but this thing is at the junkyard and the motor is cleaner than mine!! My q. is, will door panels/ seats fit on my 96 Fleet, where all the electricals connect? All have the same options..he wants 400 for the ENTIRE interior(black rug with no wear!!!!), or 1000 for the whole car. what should i do?? a spaer lt1/4l60e for an extra 600?? you tell me
 
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If it were me, I would regret not buying the whole car.
 
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Yeah it will all fit and for 400 i would make it fit...
 
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Originally posted by rematar:
If it were me, I would regret not buying the whole car.
What he said. Keep the spare parts or sell 'em off and make back most of that.
 
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Only difference between it and your '96 would be it has a slightly different dash top pad (edges stick out more) due to the different mirrors and their viewing points, and also it has 3 way lumbar on the front seats vs. your 1 way.

That all said, for the price, I'd buy the whole thing. Take the great interior, swap it into yours (really all EASY aside from the dashboard, which still isn't too bad), find whatever other little trinkets you want to keep, and sell the rest for parts...could make break even in the end.

There could be some minor wiring differences between a '94/96, but for the most part, interior-wise it shouldn't be an issue at all.
 
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buy the whole thing for sure if its low miles then u got spare motor and trans and an interior out of the deal!
 
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i believe it has to be low miles judging by overall condition(besides there rear where it got hit) but it has no keys, so would i ever be able to actually find out?? i dont know if there is a title for it, but the junkyard IS willing to sell it..
 
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He delivers it free and get it in writing he agrees to pick it up within 6 months (free) after you strip it - and you got a dam good deal.
 
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Buy it! I need a few parts. I parted out the interior of my wrecked Fleetwood, I made around $1,500.00 i think, i still have the car, engine/tranny intact! Black interior and mint, you can make more then me! My interior was 'ok'.

Hell you could even fix it, do a trunk delete.
 
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If you buy it I need some parts too. Like the passenger side front fender etc.. If you don't buy it let me know where the junkyard is.
 
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If you have the space and money I would get the whole thing...

I would also like to get a set of sunvisors in black. :D So if you get it and are parting it let me know.
 
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