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About cbasta

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  1. Good to know Dave. I can easily remove the tonneau cover. Should I leave it's aluminum bracket in place? It would leave holes too. A photo is attached.
  2. We are planning to try for HPOF with a 4x4 1988 S10 pickup, with 52k original miles. It's original, but has aftermarket running boards & a vinyl tonneau cover. Should those be removed? Removal of the running boards will leave holes in the lower body seam & wheel trim moldings. If they have to be removed, I was thinking of doing that on the show field / leave them under the truck.
  3. I'm looking for quotes to transport a 2011 Jeep Patriot from Syracuse, NY to Largo, FL around December 18th.
  4. This car has been sold. Unfortunately I don't see a way to delete the posting. http://youtu.be/y2lErLBvM3g This 22,000 mile original mile car has won six (6) national awards, 4 from the AACA & 2 from the BCA. The car is flawless and would probably show up the new cars if it were in a showroom. It's been stored in a climate controlled garage since new and was featured in a December, 2012 article in the Buick Bugle. There is nothing wrong with this car, not even a single leak. I'm selling it to thin the herd. This is an exceptional opportunity for the collector interested in the 70's. The photo with trophies below is 2 years old; there are now about 50 trophies and everyone is for 1st place, even when judged with other national winners. This car never got 2nd or 3rd place. $12,000. It's hardly ever driven yet runs like new because it's very well taken care of. /Carlo & Joanne 315-469-6515 carlobasta@yahoo.com
  5. This 21,950 original mile car has won six (6) national awards, 4 from the AACA & 2 from the BCA. The car is flawless and would probably show up the new cars if it were in a showroom. It's been stored in a climate controlled garage since new and was featured in a December, 2012 article in the Buick Bugle. There is nothing wrong with this car, not even a single leak. I'm selling it to thin the herd. This is an exceptional opportunity for the collector interested in the 70's. http://www.ebay.com/itm/161400816004?forcerRptr=true&item=161400816004&viewitem=
  6. cbasta

    HPOF, Should I?

    Thank-you. It's most likely the original hood pad. Almost everything else on the car is. I just replaced the original fan belts yesterday, but kept the old ones for spares.
  7. cbasta

    HPOF, Should I?

    Thank-you for the replies. The hood pad is about 20% torn away, or missing. It can be seen here: http://www.cnybuickclub.com/chryslerhoodpad.html Would you replace it or leave it for HPOF?
  8. cbasta

    HPOF, Should I?

    Should I replace the torn hood silencer pad on a 77 New Yorker Brougham that I plan to register for it's first HPOF at Hershey, or leave it original? The car has 41k original miles.