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  • Birthday 12/26/1965

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  1. Hi John, Thanks for this. Best wishes for your son's business. Definitely a risk but well worth it. I think you're right on the wheels. Have been getting some questions on them so hopefully we can start with them and then get the car to a proper new home. All the best, Dave
  2. Thank you. Please note that I am not expecting the quoted amount at all...just trying to meet the forum's guidelines to make the post. I am just helping the late owner's wife and thought you folks on the forum might appreciate it and possibly have some interest and discuss making an offer on it. It seemed like a logical choice to go directly to the Reatta enthusiasts. I'm only seeking reasonable offers and will present them to the owner for consideration. Sounds like you got an excellent deal on your Reatta.
  3. Thanks for your post. I do appreciate it. The asking price is simply to satisfy the forum's requirements. It is a nice honest and all-around good example from the launch year in 1988. Hopefully I can find a good new home for it. Dave
  4. Thanks. That's what it's all about, right? I'm trying hard to get the best possible result for the lady.
  5. I have been looking and see prices all over the map ranging from the cheap to the ridiculous. I have been working in this industry for years and know what it should go for, thank you. That said, I am taking offers on behalf of the estate and the late owner's widow. The forum master required me to put in a price to keep this ad up, so I complied with his directive and put in an ASKING price as the ad states. There are several listed online for more. We are open to reasonable offers and then I will present them to the widow for review and approval.
  6. Hello, 1988 Buick Reatta Coupe For Sale Car Location: Greater Toronto, Ontario Area. Price: Asking $10,000. I am acting on behalf of an estate and taking reasonable offers to them for approval. My name: David Neyens My phone: 1-519-768-0862 My email address: davidneyens1@gmail.com I am helping a lady sell her late husband's 1988 Buick Reatta Coupe. As you will likely already know, 1988 was the first/launch year for these sporty personal luxury coupes. The owner was an electronic engineer and he owned the car from shorty after graduation during the early 1990s. It is unrestored and from inspection this past weekend, appears mostly original. Mileage is just under 140,000 kilometers which equates to 87,000 miles. Car is finished in red with tan leather interior with suede seat bolsters, a 1988-only feature. Buick 3.8-liter engine and FWD. Touchscreen works as it should and displays proper fluid levels, diagnostics (4) all read 'OK' and everything seems to work. The car starts and runs and the many power items are functional. A set of 4 Reatta wheels in boxes can go with the car or separately. Car has the flat-face, 5-spoke factory alloys mounted. Framed Buick Reatta "Car of the Future Today" poster and several Reatta dealer brochures included or separate. Only glitch I have found is the engine cooling fan seems to run fast. Paint finish is pretty good and would buff up nicely. No rust issues noted. Interior is clean driver quality. Stored inside a garage on a trickle charger when not in use. If interested, please call Dave at 519-768-0862 or reply to this message thread. This is a sincere offering and will suit someone looking for a fun and sporty All-Buick coupe that is now a classic. Car located in Ontario outside of Toronto. Car offered 'as is, where at' and 'subject to verification upon inspection. '
  7. Hello, I am helping a lady sell her late husband's 1988 Buick Reatta Coupe. As you will likely already know, 1988 was the first/launch year for these sporty personal luxury coupes. The owner was an electronic engineer and he owned the car from shorty after graduation during the early 1990s. It is unrestored and from inspection this past weekend, appears mostly original. Mileage is just under 140,000 kilometers which equates to 87,000 miles. Car is finished in red with tan leather interior with suede seat bolsters, a 1988-only feature. Buick 3.8-liter engine and FWD. Touchscreen works as it should and displays proper fluid levels, diagnostics (4) all read 'OK' and everything seems to work. The car starts and runs and the many power items are functional. A set of 4 Reatta wheels in boxes can go with the car or separately. Car has the flat-face, 5-spoke factory alloys mounted. Framed Buick Reatta "Car of the Future Today" poster and several Reatta dealer brochures included or separate. Only glitch I have found is the engine cooling fan seems to run fast. Paint finish is pretty good and would buff up nicely. No rust issues noted. Interior is clean driver quality. Stored inside a garage on a trickle charger when not in use. If interested, please call Dave at 519-768-0862 or reply to this message thread. This is a sincere offering and will suit someone looking for a fun and sporty All-Buick coupe that is now a classic. Car located in Ontario outside of Toronto. Car offered 'as is, where at' and 'subject to verification upon inspection.'
  8. Hi Jim, Many thanks for this tip! Will alert the owner. All the best and thanks, Dave
  9. Please watch out for 7 stolen cars from a location in Florida. 6 are 1960s Mustangs (3 S-Code, 1 CJ, 1 SCJ) and 1 is a very very nice 1961 Chevy Impala SS 409. The owner is a friend from Brazil and the cars were taken from a storage facility in Florida. The owner has bills of sale to support his claim and he is on his way to the USA to open the police report. I wouldn't be surprised if they come to market at an auction in the near future. Mustang Fastback 1965 – Body shell only - # Vin 5F09C288923 Mustang Fastback 1966 # Vin 6F09C213411 Mustang Fastback S Code 1967 # Vin 7R02S158487 Mustang Fastback S Code 1968 # Vin 8F02S177558 Mustang Cobra Jet 1969 # Vin 9R02R153275 Mustang Super Cobra Jet 1969 # Vin to be confirmed Impala SS 409 1961 <wbr> # Vin 11837B132265 If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. My friend comes up to the AACA meet at Hershey every October and he's a straight shooter.
  10. Please watch out for 7 stolen cars from a location in Florida. 6 are 1960s Mustangs (3 S-Code, 1 CJ, 1 SCJ) and 1 is a very very nice 1961 Chevy Impala SS 409. The owner is a friend from Brazil and the cars were taken from a storage facility in Florida. The owner has bills of sale to support his claim and he is on his way to the USA now to open the police report. I wouldn't be surprised if they come to market at an auction or online in the near future. Mustang Fastback 1965 – Body shell only - # Vin 5F09C288923 Mustang Fastback 1966 # Vin 6F09C213411 Mustang Fastback S Code 1967 # Vin 7R02S158487 Mustang Fastback S Code 1968 # Vin 8F02S177558 Mustang Cobra Jet 1969 # Vin 9R02R153275 Mustang Super Cobra Jet 1969 # Vin to be confirmed Impala SS 409 1961 <wbr> # Vin 11837B132265 If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. My friend comes up to the AACA meet at Hershey every October and he's a straight shooter and I hope we can help him.
  11. Hello, all: A really nicely patinated and original 1925 Ford Model TT 1-Ton Stake Truck is coming up for sale at No Reserve at a highly interesting collector auction including 5 Model Ts, this TT, a full-size and very well-made replica of a German WW I Fokker D.VIII "Flying Razor" fighter plane, and a selection of boats, classic outboard engines, toys, collectibles, and more. Hundreds of items offered. The Model TT has the rare "Ford Truck" scripted cargo bed, plus the desirable "Rocky Mountain" brakes. Unrestored, original, highly complete and ready to enjoy. Solid throughout, well-maintained, and well-stored. The perfect vintage vehicle or canvas to advertise your business! See www.hemmings.com for more sale information and maps to the location.
  12. It's All About Fun and enjoying the classic hobby! [h=2]Interesting No Reserve Collector Auction - Aug 25th - Near Toronto, Ontario[/h] Hello, all: I'd like to let everyone know about a really interesting collector auction set to take place on Aug 25th NE of Toronto, Ontario at the farm of a lifelong collector and automotive, aviation, and marine enthusiast. The items offered (all at No Reserve) include 5 Ford Model Ts of various models and 1 1925 Model TT 1-Ton Stake Truck with a rare "Ford Truck" scripted cargo bed and "Rocky Mountain" brakes. A very well built and finished full-size replica of a WW I German Fokker D.VIII fighter plane will also be offered among the other 100s of items. It features steel-tube framework, a 125-hp Franklin 4-cylinder aircraft engine, authentic doped Irish Linen covered wing and horizontal tail surfaces, working control surfaces, a detailed cockpit with period style instrumentation, and striking and authentic WW I German "lozenge" camouflage. The wings fold for ease of storage and the rudder is removable as well. It will make a great addition to any fan of Great War fighting aircraft. The vehicles are posted on the www.hemmings.com Auction Showroom with photos, brief descriptions, and links to Google and Yahoo maps. For more details and photos, see the Hemmings link, www.classicwheelsandvintagewings.com and the auctioneer's website at www.brockandsevenauctions.com.
  13. [h=2]Interesting No Reserve Collector Auction - Aug 25th - Near Toronto, Ontario[/h] Hello, all: I'd like to let everyone know about a really interesting collector auction set to take place on Aug 25th NE of Toronto, Ontario at the farm of a lifelong collector and automotive, aviation, and marine enthusiast. The items offered (all at No Reserve) include 5 Ford Model Ts of various models and 1 1925 Model TT 1-Ton Stake Truck with a rare "Ford Truck" scripted cargo bed and "Rocky Mountain" brakes. A very well built and finished full-size replica of a WW I German Fokker D.VIII fighter plane will also be offered among the other 100s of items. It features steel-tube framework, a 125-hp Franklin 4-cylinder aircraft engine, authentic doped Irish Linen covered wing and horizontal tail surfaces, working control surfaces, a detailed cockpit with period style instrumentation, and striking and authentic WW I German "lozenge" camouflage. The wings fold for ease of storage and the rudder is removable as well. It will make a great addition to any fan of Great War fighting aircraft. The vehicles are posted on the www.hemmings.com Auction Showroom with photos, brief descriptions, and links to Google and Yahoo maps. For more details and photos, see the Hemmings link, www.classicwheelsandvintagewings.com and the auctioneer's website at www.brockandsevenauctions.com.
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