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  1. Hello Everyone, I am completely new to TCs, so all of your advice and perspective is much appreciated. I've been in contact with the owner of a 1989 Chrysler Maserati TC Convertible with about 22,000 miles on it. Here are the specs as provided by the owner: Cabernet and Ginger < 22,000 miles 2.2 L straight 4 Chrysler K engine New battery Condition: Good -- mechanically sound (according to owner)Hard Top: Excellent (SOLD SEPARATELY) Tires: Need replacing Damage: Faded paint on hood, minor scratches, rust pellet on driver's door, faded patch on left side convertible top. Rear window autom
  2. Hi all, My grandma's 1989 TC (automatic) was involved in a nasty hit and run this weekend and since we only have liability coverage the insurance is covering none of it. The police ended up towing the TC away so we're trying to decide if it's even worth picking up from the tow yard of if we should just say goodbye. Without an appraisal from the insurance we don't know how to tell the extent of the damage and if it's even fixable being such an old car. Can anyone here take a look at the accident pictures and give any advice on if it's worth saving? Anyone have any experience repairing at TC af
  3. I've been offered this for $1000. What is it and should I jump on it? Was / is complete when parked up, only real issue I see the trunk floor has rusted out...
  4. I have a new project car, a 100% original Desoto! I am young and don't have very much knowledge on cars in general let alone this one. I am pretty good with bodywork but mechanics and electronical arent my forte. If anyone can give me any tips or help when it comes to fixing up this old car I'd greatly appreciate it. Links to helpful websites are welcome as well. Thank you very much
  5. I'm a new member to AACA and my father and I are beginning to restore his 1929 Studebaker. I'm simply looking for advice on how to go about this project. Don't want to go into something this big completely blind. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks
  6. I recently got a 1965 Ford Falcon 4 door. We drove her from Fort Gratiot down near Detroit in April 2010. For those unaware, about an hour and a half drive with no problems. Now she keeps making a sputtering want-to-stall sound. When I hit the gas it only gets louder with longer gaps in the sputtering and will occasionally make her stall out entirely. When looking at the temperature it's at about halfway, but the fuel gauge is slightly off so the temperature gauge could be as well. Our first thought was either a charging problem or an overheating problem. To remove the story of why we ended up
  7. I saw a 1968 Mustang Coupe with an inline 6 for sale nearby my house and the owner is asking $5000. He said it has a sluggish transmission and it occasionally won't start due to the battery and/or starter. It has 83,000 miles according to the odometer and the interior and exterior are almost perfect. The shifter is a bit loose but I assume that can be fixed. I want this to be my first car and I'm looking for advice on whether I should buy it or not.
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