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1991 Chrysler TC by Maserati


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1991 Chrysler TC by Maserati for sale in Newark, DE. Great resto project ! Seller is asking $500.00. If you know anyone interested please get in touch with me. This vehicle has good bones and has a month before it goes to the scrap yard. Owner is going into a senior home and needs to find a good home for the vehicle. I don't have the facilities to do this or I would have bought it!

 

Please help me to find a good home for her.

 

Best regards,

 

Tim Cleary

302.419.6542

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I will obtain pictures this weekend.

1. Vehicle doesn't run but cranks. 

2. Interior needs to be redone. Leather is cracked. Dash has small separation.

3. Exterior is strong with the exception of the back bumper trim. ( has rust behind it but chrome is good). 

4. Hard top hasn't been removed in years. Don't know what the convertible top looks like.

5. Looks like hail damage on hood. Small dent on trunk lid.

This vehicle would be a great project car for restoration. The owner and I don't want to see it go to the scrap yard. 

 

Pictures to follow. Please help to save this rare car.

Best regards!

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Sorry about the interior picture being blurry. The seats are cracked. I know there are more desirable TC's but this one has a solid body and has possibilities for the right person. If there is anyone who can alert the chapter in my area maybe we can find this lady a home.

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James,

 

I thank you for your post and thoughts of me being a young man. I'm actually 65 and in good financial standing. I have a pristine 88 560SL and an awesome 87 Mustang fox body in amazing shape. However, I don't have the space or a wife who understands more vehicles. Although she does like both of my toys.

 

Best regards

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19 hours ago, Alembicman said:

James,

I thank you for your post and thoughts of me being a young man.

 

You're quite welcome.

 

I'm posting again only to mention that when I first saw the name "Alembicman" my memory was jarred somehow and I thought, where have I heard the 'Alembic' name? I just now saw your avatar and said, "Oh yeah, they made bass guitars!" Pretty nice ones, as I recall. Sorry for the diversion from your sales post.

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Well guys, it seems that there's been some interest but nobody's actually taken her yet. The owner has moved to a senior center. And it's only a matter of time now before the car has to be moved. Isn't there anybody out there on or near the East Coast that would be interested in this for a parts car? it's ashame  to send this thing away when there's only a few left.

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