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  1. Sorry Digger, but I'm in San Diego!
  2. I recently sold my 1991 TC, but still have some items left over to get rid of. I had two hardtops, one red and one white, but the new buyer took the red one and left me with the white one. Not sure if there's a market for these, but I want it out of my garage by the end of August. I hope to get some photos of it after the 4th. It's in great shape, no tears in the headliner, and has the usual bubbles in the porthole windows. I also have to original tool kits that I'd like to sell . I have no idea what to ask for these items, and assume that eBay is the best way of listing them so both buyer and
  3. Maybe someone can contact the seller to get the VIN. Another one bites the dust! http://sandiego.craigslist.org/esd/cto/4718433884.html
  4. This looks interesting! http://www.caranddriver.com/features/2015-chrysler-td-by-maserati-future-cars
  5. Okay, I've only owned cars with timing chains before, so don't know much about timing belts, but have heard that they need to be changed every so often. I have a 91 TC that needs the valve cover gaskets replaced as they are leaking just a bit of oil, so I figure if I'm going to pay a mechanic to do that much, that I may as well have the timing belt changed, right? The odometer froze at 94K miles, so I have no idea of the true mileage. It runs like a champ, but each time I drive it I'm afraid the timing belt is going to break and ruin the engine, so the sooner I get this taken care of the bette
  6. Looks like I posted this last April, so thought I'd try it again. I really want the car gone out of my carport so I can begin the restoration of my old Galaxie 500. Is $2500.00 a reasonable price to ask? I'd rather sell it locally unless you're willing to ship it to your state of residence. Selling my 1991 TC in San Diego I have decided to sell my seldom driven 1991 TC, as it just sits in the garage or covered carport and takes up room. It needs to go to someone who will drive it regularly and h
  7. Not my car, just passing this along from a local Craigslist ad. 1989 Chrysler tc convertible mechanic special
  8. Thanks for your input. I guess you can look at it as the glass being half full or half empty, and I look at mine as being half full It's such a good looking car, runs so well, and passes the smog check each 2 years, so those are all the pluses. The brakes work well despite the annoying light being on all the time, and I can honestly say that I never use the air conditioning in any of my cars living in San Diego, but do use the heat on those chilly mornings in January. It only costs me about $200 a year for insurance plus another 80 or so to keep it and drive it on occasion, so I just may hav
  9. Thanks for all of the sound advice. I especially like the info regarding PayPal, as I had no idea they could take the money back even after the car is gone! Wow! I have it listed here, so I take it that my description of the car is as detailed as possible, and have included photos of all the defects. With appreciation to all of you, Filbert
  10. I've only sold small items on ebay in the past, so was wondering if anyone here has ever sold a car on their site? Any advice either good or bad would be appreciated before I dive into it blindly. Thanks! Filbert
  11. After no interest in my fist post, I thought I'd try it again. I have decided to sell my seldom driven 1991 TC, as it just sits in the garage or covered carport and takes up room. It needs to go to someone who will drive it regularly and hopefully restore it to its former glory which wouldn't take much. It is a California native car, so has seen little rain and zero snow or salt. I will list all of the problems first, the majority of which are cosmetic: Photos can be seen here. Flickr: Filbert2013's Photostream There is a small dent in the front bumper stainless, less than the size of
  12. I don't belong to any clubs, so I don't know Karleen. If you can pass on the info I'd appreciate it. I don't have to sell it, but I rarely drive it and would like to see an enthusiast take it over. I have a 1965 Ford Galaxie that my parents bought new and I still drive, and would like some cash to begin restoring it to it's former glory too. Once I do, then I'll need some off street parking that the TC is taking up now. I will not post any ad anywhere else, as I really want to sell it to someone on this site, or not at all. I can afford to keep it, but hate to see it just sitting there. I'd dr
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  14. Not my car, but thought I'd post it here for others. Asking price is a bit high, or our cars are worth more than I thought? Classic 1989 Chrysler TC by Maserati
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