cjp69

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About cjp69

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  • Birthday 07/31/1966

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  1. Congrats on a nice car! I am in Kent WA, where are you located? Chris
  2. Drove two this weekend. Took my 70 GS455 convertible over to a friend's house who has a 70 GS455 coupe that he bought brand new in 1969, and we found a nice winding road and took turns driving each other's car. Was a blast, and a nice way to spend a couple of hours on a Sunday!
  3. Nice car, was for sale in WA in 2013/14 for low to mid teens needing some work, gentleman in OR purchased it and a Wildcat and completed some things and installed the tri power, sold it on ebay in 2015 in the 20's if I recall correctly. Supposedly was originally from CA and had under 50k miles.
  4. He is about 25 miles east of Seattle in Fall City. I have met the owner before at a car show with his Nova, but have not seen this car in person before.
  5. Lonnie is in IA. Lonnie is in IA. Welcome aboard Lonnie! Chris
  6. Here is an engine picture of the Philly CL car
  7. Picture posted in my first post. Was Silver standard interior, door panels changed to black deluxe.
  8. This thread has gotten a little confusing, I can't tell if all of the comments are about the car I posted the question about, or the car this is/was listed on ebay. Please post feedback/criticism in this thread on the this car only, and not the ebay car. Thanks, Chris https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/cto/6050389700.html
  9. Thanks for the help guys, I had suspected the door panels had been changed. Not my car, just one that is on CL that a friend asked me about.
  10. Would a silver vinyl interior (code 726) have black door panels, or silver door panels?
  11. Special order paint "O" on this 68 as well. http://www.ebay.com/itm/1968-Buick-GS-400-Convertible-/132124978379?hash=item1ec3432ccb:g:oagAAOSwTM5YvWve&vxp=mtr
  12. NOT MINE https://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/wto/5995265007.html
  13. NOT MINE, but is owned by a BCA member who I don't think is on this forum. 1941 Buick 56S Coupe COMPLETE Harnesses Unlimited Wiring Harness I just found this harness in a tub with parts that came with the car when we purchased it, unfortunately I wish I found it earlier because I recently purchased the same exact harness which is pictured in the next to the last pic which is both harnesses, my harness looks smaller because I already installed the rear harness and the headlight wiring, this just cost me over $1300.00 also have the instructions which are very thorough and complete. Inspect all pics for what they go to they have tags, in the big 2nd row with the 2 packages the right hand harness is the head light wiring harness, the last pic is of our car I am doing for my parents it was their car in high school it was repainted that color for his graduation by my grandma who worked for the Buick dealer and had pull with the Cadillac dealer who painted it Dk blue metallic, they got married and went on their honeymoon in the car. You can also see our other 41 56S just in the left of that pic, I drive it whenever its nice all original other then the new wiring harness, cant win them all. $900.00 OBO https://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/pts/6003443143.html
  14. want to buy

    Mike, you missed a digit in your phone number.
  15. As an FYI, this car was purchased at the Montgomery TX auction in April 2015 for $88k.