I have a 1994 Fleetwood that was my first car. I blew the motor in 2007, and it has been sitting ever since. I always say I am saving it for an LS swap and stuff, but time is getting away from me. I don't have the time, money, or space right now to do anything with it.
It's Garnet Red with the dark red interior. 90k miles and pretty darn rust free for a Midwest car. Interior is rough. Car is mostly complete but is missing a few chrome pieces and the drivers side fender. Everything besides the motor is solid. Trans, rear, etc.
Basically, it is a parts car, unless you are looking for a rust-free shell for a project. If so, this is your car. Not sure if anyone cares, but this is the car that won the burnout contest at ISSCA Nats 2007 by blowing a tire and shooting a chrome panel across the parking lot. So, it has history.
Asking $500. I figure it is probably worth that much in scrap, eh? Clean title and keys in hand. Located near Peoria, IL.