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Broken Antenna
GM Longroof Forum - Portal Icon_minitimeMon Jun 03, 2019 7:36 pm by Sprocket
So the PO I guess managed to jam the power antenna down into the hole and get a connection for the radio. It lasted about 1000 miles then I noticed the antenna moving while I was driving. I touched it and it flopped over... the cable is still attached but the mast is broken. If I push it in and hold it I get radio, but as soon as I let it go it's all static.

Any ideas of a short term fix? I …

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Last night's episode
GM Longroof Forum - Portal Icon_minitimeTue Jun 04, 2019 12:50 pm by Fred Kiehl
I was headed home from a rather uneventful day, and stopped at my storage unit to check on a couple of parts for someone. When I locked the unit up, and tried to start the car, the steering column broke internally. It was stuck in accessories, and I could not start the car. I happened to have another column at the storage unit, so I decided to swap them. This was about 8:00. Long story short, it …

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finally...
GM Longroof Forum - Portal Icon_minitimeTue Jun 11, 2019 5:38 pm by Oscar73
...was able to take the 94 RMW out for a drive since I purchased in in August '18.

One haul-ass sofa!

Thanks to this forum for the "fool the fuel pump" trick of turning the key on a couple times before starting, I've been fighting the non-start for months.

And thanks to Fred for the spare tire cover square nut. worked great!

Jim Sorenson

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My baby is gone....
GM Longroof Forum - Portal Icon_minitimeMon Dec 31, 2018 7:25 pm by Sprocket
Bought it in 2008 with 90k. 92k on the clock now. I had been saving her while I drove the doors off of several other wagons...well over 10k into the build, she met her untimely demise today at the hands of someone younger than the car itself.

Rear ended while at a traffic light by a stupid idiot in a VW going 50+ and not knowing where the brakes were. Saw her at the last second and floored …

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Street trends website
GM Longroof Forum - Portal Icon_minitimeSun Jun 09, 2019 7:26 pm by bowmanator89
Hi everyone, i know I'm pretty new here and it might have been discussed before but is the Street Trends website down?? I try to load the site but it says account has been suspended. I've tried to send an email to the listed address but it says its down.

I did try and do an order that kicked back because i put the wrong zip for my card in. So maybe I'm just hoping thats why it wont

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B-Body Wagon's in Japan on Instagram
GM Longroof Forum - Portal Icon_minitimeSun Jun 02, 2019 11:00 pm by 93RMW
I follow a group of B-Body folks in Japan on Instagram. I don't FB or really any other SM but this cross' two big interests of mine so spend some time. They are pretty active and have some nicely kept up wagons. Recently one of them made a trek out to California and looks like they have a formal invite into the inc nation.

Normally not worth mentioning in this forum, however almost all of them …

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Why did they kill the OCC?
GM Longroof Forum - Portal Icon_minitimeWed May 29, 2019 5:10 pm by jon7190
I was thinking about the odd choices of GM and realized I don't recall hearing a good explanation for why Oldsmobile dropped its wagon. Sales weren't far off from the other 91-92 wagons. Differences were minimal and they were still making the Buick and Chevy, so there wasn't much cost to keeping it around. So, why ax it?

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Wagons in the NEWS AGAIN!
GM Longroof Forum - Portal Icon_minitimeTue May 14, 2019 3:21 pm by f550maranello2
Looks like good news for us!


https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-05-14/are-classic-buick-roadmaster-wagons-worth-buying-yes-they-are?utm_campaign=news&utm_medium=bd&utm_source=applenews

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fuel tank question
GM Longroof Forum - Portal Icon_minitimeSun Jun 02, 2019 5:56 pm by MildBill
Are the fuel tanks the same for TPI and TBI cars?
Thanks

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