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  1. Hi, I have two Service Manuals for the Chrysler TC by Maserati. Blue 1989 and Red 1990. Excellent condition! For sale $100 each includes shipping. A must have for collectors! Contact Dave in Hawaii @ 808 220-2850. Thanks!
  2. Im selling my red tc it is in very good condition 76000 miles runs great i am asking 6000 obo i am located in ohio for more info email zachnegulis@yahoo.com
  3. Hey everyone, What does everyone use to polish their alloy wheels. Most of the products out there say do not use on coated metals. Also what does everyone use to polish all the chrome molding on the doors, in the wheel lip moldings, bumpers etc.. Someone recommended that i start by using steel wool to bring all the chrome back to life. Any ideas? Thanks everyone.
  4. Hey everyone.. i'm new here and i just bought a 90 maserait tc and the door weatherstripping needs to be replaced and the molding on the quarter panel glass window. However I cant find weatherstripping for this make and model anywhere. I even tried the dealership. They no longer have it. Does anyone know where to obtain the right weatherstripping. Thanks everyone.
  5. Neighbor has 1989 TC Turbo she wants to sell. Her mother is very ill. Her mother is the one owner that had this TC built for herself. She is asking $8900.00 but requests $7500.00 for quick sale. Call Allen at 760-321-9870 I put new tires on for her and got it ready for sale.
  6. Hi folks, this is my first post and I have a question about pulling the head on my 1969 Maserati TC P motor. I have everything disconnected on the front of the motor, not sure what needs to be done on rear of motor and where to find the fittings that need to be disconnected. I read on another forum - " The intake/exhaust manifolds should stay attached to your head until the whole assembly is on the bench. Just take loose the exhaust at the downpipe (those shoulder bolts will likely break off, easy to find new ones at auto parts or dealership), the oil feed to the turbo (I like to take it from the front of the motor where the oil feed line comes out of the distribution block, careful, dont round it off!)the oil return to the block, the water return to the block (below the power steering pump) fuel lines, vacuum lines (carefull, they are BRITTLE)and various electrical connections. Then take the headbolts out and have a freind help you lift the whole shebang off." If I understand correctly the only thing on the back of the motor seems to be the "the oil return to the block", if so how do I get to it. I bought the car with a broken spark plug and ez-out stuck in it. I'm not sure the head can even be saved thus I'm considering parting the car out. PARTING OUT - The car is really primo, amazing for its age. I will part the car out if I get enough offers for parts. Willing to sell just about anything for very resonable prices, much less then eBay. I live in Albany, NY and would consider delivering up to approx. 400 miles, I'm open to discuss mileage charges. Thanks in advance to everyone for any help provided. Bernie
  7. I was looking for a good car to use as a daily driver (about 20-30 miles a day) and the TC Caught my eye. I did a lot of research and i found a lot of conflicting opinions. Is this car usable as a daily driver? how about in winter. Also, I was wondering, if I do choose this car, which powertrain (the Mitsubishi 3.0 or the Maserati engine) would be the most reliable and cheapest/easy to maintain? from what I am seeing, it seems like the mitsubishi is prevalent in many chryslers of that time period so i was thinking that might be better - but I wasnt sure. Also, I am the type of person that services my cars at a dealer - not one to do repair work myself. Is the TC a car that I can drive to a Chrysler every 3-5000 miles for service, or do they not know how to work on them? and as far as the parts availability - will I have a huge problem there or what do you guys do? Also, i heard about problems with the limp-home mode on the 4 speed auto (probably the one i would be buying as I want airbags and the manual seems quite hard to find). Is this major/common/fixable? Also, any tips if i do purchase one - what problems to look out for on the cars when buying, suggestions to do after purchase, etc. would be helpful. Sorry for the long post, im interested in the model but had a lot of questions and couldnt find answers for them. Thanks
  8. Hey out there, I am enjoying a 1990 tc EXCEPT the electric servo tevis master cylinder. Has any one replaced theirs with a simple vacuum master cylinder from something common like a plymouth breeze or mini van? I don't mind giving up the anti-lock, I am a sensible driver, use the car in a small town commuting, am a good mechanic. The replacement parts are just too high, I want some thing I can get at a local parts store. Just trying to be practical. I can make up the brake lines. After all my other rides are plain: '94 park ave 190k, 95 civic 4 door 240k, 90 nissan hardbody stick four no frills 120k Best to y'all
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