Don Caithness

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  1. Here is another lift to consider, Revolution's mid rise scissor lift gives you 48" of lift, comes with commercial flip plates and has a very stable base that can be anchored to the concrete. Unlike other lifts, the base is fixed and as the lift rises, it moves upward and to the rear. No rollers to gouge the concrete. I write for an automotive magazine and after researching them all, this was the unit I went with for my own shop. In case your not familiar with Revolution Lifts it's the enthusiasts division of Rotary Lift. www.revolutionlifts.com Another item to consider on any lift is to check and make sure it carries the gold ALI certificate.
  2. That's the business service I offer and if $350 includes travel cost's it could be a bargain depending on the location.
  3. Selling off (6) AC PF24 oil filters.These are the Canadian version, white can, red AC logo screened on the side, AC stamped in bottom of canister , blue writing and bands. The only thing missing is the "Full flow" script. These aren't repro filters but genuine GM distibuted from Oshawa, Ont. Now discontinued in Canada also. $100.<BR>Please email directly if interested.
  4. Still for sale! Will deliver by enclosed trailer to the new owner before winter arrives. $12,000(US)
  5. BUYERS!! The car could be delivered to Hershey for the new owner.
  6. You can't even buy R134A over the counter in Canada without your A/C license. Time to stock up next trip to Carlisle or Hershey.
  7. There must be a buyer out there somewhere?? I don't even know if you could buy a used KIA with this low a mileage for the price and hey, this is a BUICK!!!<P>
  8. Greg,<BR>Always nice to see a "survivor" from the Canadian climate. Nice car!
  9. I put the post on the BCA page hoping the car would go to a fellow member to enjoy and continue to preserve but get the feeling that most think Buick stopped producing cars after 1972 . Also noticed the mileage is less than I had stated when I took this picture the other day. <p>[ 08-19-2001: Message edited by: Don Caithness ]
  10. A unique vehicle and investment. Drives like a new vehicle should. Arctic white lacquer(Original)paint with a dealer installed black vinyl roof. P.S,P.D.B,P.W,AM-8 track stereo,power trunk release, rally steering wheel,R89S battery(new), rally wheels,air conditioning-blows cold with R134A,twilight sentinnel, door edge guards, R.H. mirror. New factory type aluminized dual exhaust with all the correct hangers, radial tires, pertronix ignition and gas tank.Included are the original G78X14 Uniroyal fast track 1" whitewall tires in like new condition.Although original this vehicle has been extensively detailed to compete (400 point judging) at the BCA National level.Gold winner at the 2001 BCA National meet. $7800 (US). This vehicle can be driven anywhere with complete confidence but delivery to Hershey can be arranged for the new owner if required. <BR>More pictures at <A HREF="http://buick-regal.freeyellow.com" TARGET=_blank>http://buick-regal.freeyellow.com</A> <BR> <p>[ 08-19-2001: Message edited by: Don Caithness ]
  11. Hey, what happened to the buyer who said he only needed to check with US Customs before buying. Call or email if you are serious. PS. The car scored 387 in Buffalo.
  12. Code 133 and 138 are Fawn. Sound close to the decription you have.