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I have a recently acquired (July 2001)Select 60 with 33K.Too many nuances to deal with here & I would like to sell it. Any reasonable offer over $10K will be considered. I have lot's of paperwork including the original letter that accompanied the car to the dealer (Childress in AZ)The car is pristine in & out, just don't have the time to deal with the quirky stuff like a faulty door lock switch or jamming cassette player.

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Ok let me try to answer your questions one by one.<BR>The VIN is 1G4EC33CXLB904723<BR>It is a 1990 Select 60. I believe I am owner 3 or 4. The car's interior & exterior are perfect. The only known flaws right now are the cassette player jams & the rear defroster does not work because the contact is broken. I am getting that repaired as we speak(err type!)It has 32,xxx miles. When it stops raining I will take some pictures & will post them on reatta.net. As I said the car was originally awarded to Childress Buick in AZ. It has only been in NJ since July 2001. Any more questions, let me know.

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For all you folks asking about color, height, weight, etc. the best description of a 1990 Select 60 can be found on reatta.net thanks to Barney Eaton. My vehicle is a prototypical one

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Being keenly interested in Select Sixty cars, I sent Selec60 a note asking for the VIN number and he never responded. Now that we know the VIN number, I can tell you more, as some people are free with their Reatta information. The car was owned by Ernie Wheeler, a BCA member in Phoenix. Ernie purchased it in 5/90 with 11,801 miles. (I have a copy of the title) He sold it to Gary Links, a Daytona Ohio police Lt. in Aug of 1997 with 22k miles.<BR>Links sold it probably to Moran in NJ. in the summer of 2001.<P>A 33k Select Sixty is a keeper.

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Barney, you're the man! Thanks for the endorsement. I posted the VIN here rather than respond to any one questioner as I have gotten several. No slight intended.

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