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  • Birthday 10/22/1990

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  1. I am in Akron as well, however I haven't had a Reatta in over 2 years. There are several in a scrap yard in Canfield. One of the car's previous owners drives around and lives very nearby. A white/red one that drives, a 90 or 91 that parks on Massilon road and the owner works at The Lampost. I see a red convertable and a black coupe around Peninsula as well.
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    Sorry its been a while, its been hectic. The taillight as far as I know was a replacement in the early 90s, and the car was garage kept and not driven for 8 years. Then in 2007 the owner wanted a Saturn Sky and I bought it. All the glass was showroom quality. This light looks like it is only a few years old. It is not flawless, and there is some slight clouding, but nearly crystal. The other one is usable, and I had a third which was extremely cloudy and that is what the insurance company got. Prices: I haven't kept up with what everything is worth, so just email me (dadisms@gmail.com) what y
  3. It actually ripped the metal of the radiator support, as well as breaking the motor mounts. I wish I had taken more pictures. As for the Audi thing...my first car was a 1987 325i, and while I couldn't legally drive it at the time, I just loved the way it drove. I wish somebody could tune a Reatta to have a euro suspension, awd too. I was going through some things, and had to have another car 10 days after the wreck, otherwise I might have another Reatta. Just couldn't get one quick enough :/
  4. Even though its been a while.....more than a year....I'm sure most of you remember me. I'm sure you also remember how much I love my Reattae. Unforunately, I have a very sad story. Honestly it brings me to tears. I was on the highway, around 3pm, traffic was clear and then suddenly became stop-and-go, slowing to about 35-40mph. The HHR in front of me was cut off, and lets just say his breaks were better than mine. <a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/FX0V1uhuO9zP8FAPmCyI0Q?feat=embedwebsite"><img src="http://lh3.ggpht.com/_064IZ3ijwyo/TGaZuFH8aDI/AAAAAAABe2g/NZeeOCFXh7s/s80
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    I have a practically new taillight, a great condition taillight, full set of rims with almost new tires and hubcaps, a set of hubcaps, 2 tan door panels which I believe are both passenger but don't quote me on that, owners books complete, front license plate holder, front bumper rub strip, complete rear bumper, drivers door, trunk deck, trunk rubber seal, taillight wiring, tan seatbelts, fasteners, rear glass, and some aftermarket speakers that work amazingly with the Reatta. I will post pictures later in the day. I would prefer to not ship the larger items simply due to cost, but if you are w
  6. Welcome to the club. I have been away for a while.......a year? Anyways, Reatta are like children, you love them so much, but sometimes wish it would just grow up. This is what I hear haha. Jim Finn is great for parts, but so is craigslist (and local) As a member of both BMW and Audi forums in addition to this Buick forum, the people here are the nicest, most helpful, and just plain wonderful people on a forum I have ever had the grace to know. Any question is the most important one and none ever go unanswered. Nobody ever says "Ask a real question n00b" or "$@%(@)(@*#@" Everybody here quickly
  7. Well, it has been fun, and I will miss it. Guys, and gals, I have decided to move on, I am selling my Reatta. I am strongly looking at an Allante or 635csi to replace it. Well, I have a ton of parts and peices, including two tailights, a completely treaded set of wheels, owners books, all kinds of other stuff. I am not sure though what to ask for my Reatta. It has 95k miles, and a small start on the windsheild. Great tires with lots of tread, and no rust. Everything works. I paid $3200 for it 1.5 years ago. I really like it, but its time to move on. Anyways, I wanted to thank all of you for a
  8. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Skyking</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: LINC400</div><div class="ubbcode-body"> And the general public buys it all. </div></div> I would like to see our leaders have meetings with Japan, Germany and Korea and tell them that the amount of cars they can sell in this country be limited to a certain (small) percentage until we get our economy back in order. This is getting ridiculous. I
  9. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: CL_Reatta</div><div class="ubbcode-body"> Now that is funny Phil, how much was the heated seat option? Now here is another example of great performance from Porsche, another great german performance company: </div></div> I recently attended the Glenmore Auto Show, and saw one of those famous Porsche tractors. Here are more pictures of the show if you are intrested.http://picasaweb.google.com/dadisms/GlenmoreCarShow2008
  10. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: 63viking</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Especialy if the drive train is divided with the transmission mounted in the rear.</div></div> I think it was Alfa Romao that produced a car with a rear-mounted transmission. It was on Top Gear for one of those $1000 max races they have every once in a while.
  11. Thank you, but they do not have the actual console. I have the shifter, that part is all set. It is the console. Thank you, though!
  12. After an arduous incident involoving the mayor and my father, and several bougus charges, and me turning 18 on the 22nd, and typing an essay almost every night, I have not had much in the way of time to paruse these wonderful forums. Anyways.... I have been working on a project for quite some time: grafting the center console and shifter from a late 80s Olds Toronado into my Reatta. It has been almost 3 years now, and the only leads I get are soon lost. Funny story, I found one guy, and he offered to drive 3 hours to pull the parts from a junked car. He charges me about $40, including shippin
  13. Howard, I am terribly sorry for your loss. However, because I am making an archive of wrecked Reattae, would you be able to post, or email dadisms@gmail.com me a few pictures?
  14. Nice. I like the center dual exhaust. Its a nice touch. Too bad you can't hear the grow of that 3800 over that jap crap. (I'm not racist, or anything, but bolting on cheap mass-produced parts and loud, annoying, and unfunctional exhasust just doesn't seem like actually doing 'anything', and by 'anything', I mean <span style="font-style: italic">anything.</span>
  15. "looking Glass" by The Birthday Massecre, or "Sing for the Moment" By Aerosmith. They are great songs!
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