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 92 Buick Roadmaster Wagon Project (Raleigh, NC) $1200

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Join date : 2013-08-15
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Location : Raleigh, NC

PostSubject: 92 Buick Roadmaster Wagon Project (Raleigh, NC) $1200    Sun Jan 18, 2015 11:07 pm

Selling my 1992 buick roadmaster wagon. Got brand new true dual exhaust made, drove it about 100 miles yesterday after getting the exhaust done, went to go to work this morning and wouldn't fire. I'm done putting money into it, first $1200 gets it, title in hand ready to sign over. Pics are pretty recent, front bumper is not installed due to getting another front bumper from another forum member on here, just haven't had the energy to install it. I will install bumper before vehicle is sold though

Air pump and emissions items deleted

New Parts installed:
water pump
Thermostat
Radiator
Radiator hoses
Timing chain set
High volume oil pump
Resealed whole motor, no leaks at all
Power steering pump
Power steering hoses
Headers and true dual exhaust
Aftermarket transmission crossmember to run dual exhaust
Tires are 1 years old with lots of tread (Mastercrafter Avengers 235-60-15)
New headlights with LED bulbs
Used Caprice hood
Impala Ebay grille
New Grant Steering wheel

I also have Caprice open rear wheel 1/4 panels

Located in raleigh, nc 407-274-2825

Thanks,
Daniel








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