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For Sale: 1956 Buick Century Riviera - "in the family since new" - Pendleton, OR - Not Mine


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For sale on Craigslist: 1956 Buick Century Riviera in Pendleton, OR  -  $18,500  -  Call 509 778 18 eight six

 

Link: https://eastoregon.craigslist.org/cto/d/pendleton-1956-buick-century-limited/7266584873.html

 

Seller's Description:

1956 Buick Century Riviera

  • condition: good
  • odometer: 71074
  • paint color: custom
  • transmission: automatic
  • title status: clean

With a heavy hear listing my classic car for sale, due to no time to complete restoration.
1 Family car, has been in the family since new. Purchased in Portland Or in 1956.
Salmon and white paint, 325 Nailhead, all original with 71K original miles.
Car has been parked for 15 years, was a daily driver before that.
Shows some rust in rear quarter and passenger front fender has been damaged in past and repaired, can see difference in paint. Clean title in hand.
Great Restoration project, or quick fix and drive it.
I don’t need help selling.
Thank you.

 

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What a bunch of BS. "With a heavy heart..."  Dude is trying to sell a car which he has done nothing to in at least 15 years, does not want to do any heavy lifting (meaning move it, get it running, nothing) yet wants running, driving #3 car money for it.  This kind of ad annoys me. 

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I had the same model in similar condition, with factory air and CA black plates in running driving condition, which I sold for $5,500 a couple years back. He will be better off if he holds on to it.

 

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