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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-31-2016, 12:57 PM Thread Starter
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95 Roadmaster sedan FS/T Philly area

Hey all, lurker for about 11 years, only posted rarely because so many questions are already answered here. Time to break up with my first love... would be awesome to see it go to somebody on this forum!

$2000 OBO
VIN: 1G4BT52P2SR416066
under 131,000 miles
Dark cherry color

LT1 V8. Bought in 2005 with about 110,000 miles (still have the CarFax). Since then it's gotten new plugs and Magnecor wires, power steering pump, power steering lines, power steering fluid reservoir, oil cooler lines, rebuilt transmission with approx 20,000 miles on it, body bushings, brass battery post, new VATS key, egr valve, pcv valve, double platinum plugs, intake gasket, sound deadening with Butyl mat, heater core, radiator, serpentine belt & tensioner pulley, front and rear brakes (rotors, calipers, drums, shoes, pads, braided brake hoses), wheel bearings, seals, electrical fans, ZQ8 bumpstops, grade 8 exhaust manifold bolts, o2 sensors, horn with airbag, turn signal spring, driver side mirror, water pump. 4 new Kumho Solus tires last month!

Alpine stereo with CD and aux in, Crystal component speakers with titanium tweeters, Pioneer amps, Rockford Fosgate 12" sub in trunk.

KNOWN ISSUES are cosmetic: Paint is faded, some trim pieces came off (but are included), rust in rear quarters and a couple spots need easy bodywork. Worn "vinyl top" (these tops are metal underneath and I planned to do the vinyl delete which is detailed either here or NAISSO forum). Some interior trim pieces haven't been reinstalled since doing the sound deadening, but are included. Perfect project for someone learning basic bodywork and paint, or a healthy beater that drives amazingly smooth.

Included with car but not installed (over $1000 worth of parts): Monroe Severe Service rear shocks, Power Performance Motorsports (now called Proforged) front end rebuild kit, dual exhaust with turndowns that exit before the axle, used Optispark with MSD rebuild kit, Turbo 350 long-tail transmission with TransGo kit installed, custom mount for TH350 transmission, B&M floor shifter, matching front seats (manual controls) and door panels, plus any other parts I may have bought over the years. I was planning to install the TH350 and floor shifter when the old trans went, but found a great deal on the rebuilt 4L60E that's installed now.

Full set of factory service manuals included. I believe I have a Chilton's also.

Message me for lots more photos (hi res), and the list of factory options (including working keyless entry). Selling as is, so feel free to ask questions and bring a mechanic to look things over! I'm in South Jersey near Philadelphia, the Deptford Mall is the closest landmark I can think of.

Looking for cash OR musical instruments. Please PM me, and include your phone number to receive priority treatment!
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-07-2016, 11:04 PM Thread Starter
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Cool and... sold

Soldy sold sold!

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