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  1. 1991 Buick Roadmaster custom woody estate wagon. This car is a cherised and well maintained example with 130K accident free miles. Title is clear.

    This car has power everything as a Roadmaster would. JVC CD player, custom wheels and new tires.

    Since 6/10 The following has been done: new exhaust, new brakes, new tires, new belts and hoses, new egr, new thermostat and temp sensor. new o2 sensors, new battery, ne flex a lite electric fan, fuel filter, plugs, wires, cap and rotor. KYB shocks. custom window tint and more. Fluid changes always on schedule.

    Leather interior and rear facing third row seat. 8 passengers capacity!

    This car gets 26-28 mpg hwy and around 17 in the city. it is equipped with 5.0 fuel injected v8 and the 4l60e overdrive transmission. Also has a posi traction rear differential.

    It does not leak anything or burn any oil. It will need the a/c recharged in the spring. This car will go anywhere right now and is well sorted. One of the finest examples of this model out there.

    I am only selling it because I have finished the restoration of another one just like it and I do not need two of them.

    I am open to reasonable offers and trades of anything of similar value or less value with cash. Email me with what you have. <!-- START CLTAGS -->

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  2. I have identified it as a 1934 652Y cabriolet. I understand there where only 6 produced?

    here is the link to my thread with a few bad pics

    http://forums.aaca.org/f169/can-you-identify-roadster-309648.html#post920632

    I will be working hard to find the current property owner and rescue this car.

    It is not complete; metal appears solid but i did not see any front fenders. Hood is warped and dash appears as if there was a fire in that area. No windshield frame.

    Any ideas as to it's value in case I need to pay someone for it? (I know this question is subjective)

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