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1993 Buick LeSabre Custom 90th Anniversary Edition It was well maintained and we have a 2 inch thick folder full of receipts to prove it. The body is straight with no dents. All glass is intact. All lenses and lights are intact. AM/FM Cassette stereo sounds AWESOME! Interior is beautiful with only a few minor blemishes. New motor mounts, wheel bearings, struts. There are recently replaced parts in the motor. New water pump, alternator, mass air flow sensors just to name a few. This car is the most comfortable car we've ever driven. If you have an early 90s GM with a 3800 V6 that is looking a little tired, drop that motor into this baby to cruise in style. If you're doubtful, just take a look at the pictures below or head on over to the photobucket link to see higher resolution images. Stock Aluminum Alloy Wheels This car still runs and drives but has what we were told is a blown motor (bottom end). Silverdale Transmissions says the transmission is in good shape. It's very noisy at certain RPMs and may be drivable for 5 or 500 miles. We don't know and would recommend that you tow it. We're asking $1200 but are accepting all offers. Seriously, though, the parts and metal value alone are worth quite a bit so please don't call with a junkyard offer. LeSabre pictures by xfdrak - Photobucket LOCATION: Silverdale, Washington Call us at 3 SIX ZERO 830 SIX 295 (this was done to avoid telemarketer site scrapers) Keywords: 1993 Caprice Riviera Park Avenue 3800 V6 Delta Ninety-Eight
I'm dealing with a much newer Buick than most of you are talking about but if you can help I'd sure appreciate it. I let gas sit too long in my '87 Park Avenue and the fuel pump plugged up. I have a parts car with a beautiful gas tank and very nice-looking fuel pump-sending unit. I'll put the parts car's tank in my running Park Avenue. Before doing so, however, I hooked up the nice-looking FP-sending unit to my car's wiring harness to test it. Well, according to my factory Buick manual the FP is supposed to operate for 2 seconds when I turn on the ignition. It doesn't - or at least I can't hear it from the driver's seat. And I'm not so sure about the sending unit. When I place the float in its lowest position, my dash gas gauge reads 1/4 full. When I move the float as high as it will go, the gas gauge needle buries itself far to the right of the "F" mark. Do I have a FP and bad sending unit? Does having gasoline in contact with the FP, the sending unit - or both - produce different results? Am I completely goofy in conducting the tests I am? One other question regarding the fuel pump: The manual says that by sliding the FP upward on the fuel line to which it's attached you will free the bottom of the FP from its mount and thereby be able to tilt it outward, bottom first, to remove it. True enough. But I can't move the FP high enough for the mesh filter on the bottom of it to clear the metal ring that anchors the bottom of the FP. I want to install a new filter. Any secrets here? Thanks & cheers, Curt
Bumper in minneapolis mn, is from Montana 12 years ago, has been in storage since in dark attic, there is no bubbles in rubber. has bumper ettes, fine little pit in gas tank plate. No rust on bumper, bolts un done with fingers , have the back mount plates for it . asking 250 no ship, pick up minneapolis due to weight. If you want a truck to pick up here, you arrange truck, on your own. (74-76 electra rear bumper complete)