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  1. In the pics, nice looking 77 Trans Am, rebuilt '74 400 with a mild cam, a/t, p/s, p/b, a/c, Edelbrock intake, Holley carb, Headers, all tastefully done. Limited Slip rear, Dual Exhaust, 15x8 wheels, no T-tops, Runs good, sounds good, #'s show it as a Red car with Red interior and that's what you see. Couple of needs: Sun visors are loose and won't tighten up, Couple of nicks/chips in the paint, it's not a perfect car. Exhaust is a little close to the floor in a couple spots, could use to be tweaked, it'll rattle a bit on some bumps as you drive $14000. and drive it home, It's in Annapolis Md
  2. 1977 Oldsmobile Toronado Silver Blue; partial white vinyl top; blue interior; 45,000 actual miles; new tires and shocks; current inspection; every available option; excellent overall condition; $12,500; 717-838-1112; email gsxstitcher@aol.com; Palmyra, Penna.
  3. First, the background: In 1977, my Papa bought a brand new Chevrolet C10 Custom Deluxe truck. That was the same year I was born, so for as long as I've known my Papa, I've known that baby blue Chevy truck. Whenever I've thought about him I've thought about it, and vice versa. Over the past few years his health has been declining and he's been unable to drive, so about 6 years ago he sold "'Ol Blue". Well, I recently did some research and found the owner. I called him up and told him my sappy story and, while he wasn't looking to sell it, he knew why I wanted it. He was very good to me on the p
  4. Let me know if you are interested. I can send you a pic. You make an offer. 1977 Buick All Series Chassis Service Manual
  5. 1977 Cadillac Sedan De Ville, 2 prior owners state the car was never driven in the rain. Driven 75400 miles since new. Vin # 6D69S7E658957, handsome car with gold exterior, original black vinyl top, and black fabric interior. Very highly optioned car including auto headlight dimmer, cruise, power: steering, brakes, windows, antenna, A/C, AM/FM radio, Car needs: resonator and one muffler replaced, and there is a small leak at oil drain plug under the car. $7750. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, USA. Delivery assistance available world wide.
  6. Hello all, Got a 1977 (well, mostly 77 - front end is from a 78) Riviera I've been working on... the issue I've run into is that the headlamp retainer springs are rusted out, so the headlights can't be adjusted properly. Now, I've dug through a salvage yard and found that most retainer springs are held in place by the "tail" of the spring itself - these, though, are held in place by a hex-head screw through the middle of the spring, into the plastic fascia :confused: . Anybody know of any other car that uses this arrangement, or what the original GM replacement part # might be, or anything els
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