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The 1979 Cadillac Cabriolet convertibles were special ordered from the Cadillac dealers. Hess and Eisenhardt Coach Builder produced 100 in 1979 To learn more about the Cadillac Cabriolet visit http://gatelyrestoration.com/1979-cadillac-le-cabriolet.php
This car is a 1979 Chevrolet Impala 2-door that was originally purchased by the Nebraska State Highway Patrol. It is equipped with 9C-1 Police Package, which included, among other things: Station wagon suspension and wheels (large bolt pattern), Heavy duty stabilizer bars, 350 4-barrel, Deluxe trunk package, spotlight, extra dome light, lock-out of 1st gear, positrac rear axle, split bench front seat with station wagon upholstery, and a lock throttle. The car was an every day driver for many years and was then restored (driver quality) after a few years of retirement. The car was painted in 2005 with base/clear in the original white. Chassis was painted with John Deere semi-gloss enamel. New gas tank, carpet, headliner, re-dyed interior components. Nice driver, high mileage but drives nice. Located in Lincoln, NE. Asking $4,200.Contact Myron Smith @ email@example.com or 402-429-0118.
1979 Pontiac Trans Am - 10th Anniversary Firebird Trans Am The icon of Detroit Muscle in 1979, with a limited production run of 5,683, this car was made famous by Burt Reynolds and the "Smokey and the Bandit" movies. This is a 10th Anniversary edition with 28,882 original and un-restored miles. The engine is a 400 cubic inch displacement (6.6 Liter) (208 PS, 150 kW) with 4 speed automatic transmission. In true original condition, this Trans Am has the original Firebird hood decals, original glass T-tops with factory storage bags, original paint and spare tire, air conditioning, 8-Track Tape stereo, and all of the special touches of the 10th Anniversary Edition. This car comes with very strong service history, many receipts, as well as the records of the car. This car was recently detailed at Man Cave Colorado to showroom condition. It is as shiny as new, with very little cosmetics. This is a driver's car, not a car to sit in a garage. Take the T Tops off, put in an 8 Track tape, and hit the open road! This car drives very well, powerful, with just the right exhaust note.
Hi, I recently purchased a 79 Riviera S-Type with a 3.8 turbo. There is a exhaust leak from the exhaust pipe that connects to the bottom of the turbocharger. I went to a muffler shop and they wouldn't touch it. It's extremely hard to reach from the bottom; you can barely see it, less get to it. Today I went to a Buick dealership and they don't want to work on exhaust issues. Any ideas on how I can proceed? Has anyone else had this problem? What will it take to get to this problem and fix it? Thanks, Mike :confused: