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Selling My Beloved 1988 Reatta


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Sorry, at this time I can't load pictures......I will soon, plus I can't use Rawa sell it post.....

Just to give heads up on what I got...

One owner, yes 1 owner, bought new by my uncle in Tucson, AZ at Royal Buick on 4/1988. Car is Red, Tan leather, no sun roof, no rust ever, 126,000 miles, new tires, new battrey, many new parts from GM over the years, car was babied, I have at least 5 inches of paper work, Uncle Ed passed away last year and I drove the car to Chicago, IL, its in a heated garage. Interior is a 9 out of 10...always garaged never left in sun. Paint is orginal never damaged in anyway..

It needs a new head liner, a person here in Chiacgo that is very good with custom street rods priced me $300 to replace to specs. It needs new power window motor on passenger side.

That's it........car runs like new, many, many service work by Royal Buick even simple oil changes...

I must sell, too many vehicles, I hate too, I have a heated garage with floor heat...I bought this car because it was my uncles, I like Reatta's but not much resell.

I paid $3,000 for the car and added tires and battery. I need $2,700 FIRM for it..times are tough for people , but $2,700

is not alot of money today for a great car and I would keep it but 2 things hurt a car....1) not driven the car 2) improper storage and I will not compromise on that.

call me at 317-416-9350 or wgwollet@aol.com

thanks for your time Bill

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Hi Bill!

Sorry to hear you're ready to let your Uncle's Ratta go, wish I had the cash to acquire it myself but, all I have to offer would be other cars, ('91 Stealth R/T-3000GT 5speed), since I have 28 cars/trucks/antiques-projects out behind the barn. Everything from Mustang to Porsche, a few 60's, 70's, 80's, and trucks from 1950-53. Including '66 225 with 401 nailhead.

My bride will flip if I <invest> in yet another Reatta right now, as I currntly hold 8 of them, with only 1 running/driving (Black Beauty, my '91 convertible-show car).

I can do your headliner for $125, as I have spare headliner shells on hand. I'm loated just 5 miles north of Antioch, IL in Salem, WI. A mere hour's trip from O'Hare. Feel free to call me on my cell phone 262-620-1829.

~Randy

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Thanks Randy, wow you have alot of cars, I will contact you for headliner......Mine just came losse from the shell, when you have spare you mean you load another in? I didn't hear from anybody yet?

Also you said Porsche? what years?

Didn't you have a fall picnic up your place a few yaers ago?

Are you having another?

Bill

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Bump.

I am kinda interested too. I have been driving an 89 Reatta beater for the last year, and it has grown on me. If I can sell the 89, I wouldnt mind stepping up to a cleaner car.

Your Private Message box is filled up. I will PM you my email for pictures....

I am on the north side of Chicago, near irving park rd...

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