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PostSubject: F/S 95 DGGM 1A2 wagon *******$2495*****   Sun 27 Jun 2010 - 13:19

I will need a daily driver next week, as the hhr is going back. I do not want to drive the wagon in the winter, so I am selling it to buy something I don't mind driving in the winter Anyways, The wagon is now up for sale. This is not a joke or a whim. This is the real deal. So now that all the bs is out of the way hear goes.

1995 DGGM with tan guts Caprice 1A2 Special Service Police wagon (1 of 154 built in 95, and 1 of 1 in DGGM)
147K on it currently
After digging for history, I discovered the car was set up for accident scene investigations on the NY Thruway from 95-03 when it was sold via auction to Craig Jasmin of Key motors. He then custom built the car for pauls step father who I purchased it from.

Standard and optional equipment
pw, pdl, cc (works), a/c (blows ice cold), working spot light, tranny and oil coolers, front cloth buckets, rear vinyl seat, silicone hoses, ticket light

Mods:
suncoast ram air hood with matching intake
eaton posi rear end with 3.73 rear gears
Dynotech aluminum drive shaft
custom black powdercoated ss wheels
am/fm/cd monsoon stereo
Gary's head light harness with cool blue bulbs. Headlights actually work. cheers
Gary's battery cables
clear corners
head light covers
walker dynomax mufflers on stock exhaust. (Quiet til you get on it.)
impala ss grill
custom tune for firm shifts, speed limiter delete, air pump delete, rev limiter, shift points, 160 thermostat and 93 octane fuel
9C1 steering box
ZQ8 bump stops
Rust free inner fenders done in chassis saver
Rust free core support done in Chassis saver
rust free battery tray done in chassis saver
rust free fender support bars, and hood latch assembly
air pump delete
air pump delete decal
clutter catcher center console
Fuel guage fix. (not installed yet)
enough spare rollors to do another window
9c1 box number 2 installed
9C1 front springs cut 1 coil+2" installed
tb bypass


Maintenence done
1. All brake lines (before I got it.)
2. Front rotors and pads
3. Rear shoes and hardware
4. Water pump (before I got it)
5. Monroe severe service shocks all around
6. Passengers side exhaust manifold.
7. Exhaust manifold gaskets both sides+broken bolts fixed
8. Serpentine belt
9. 4 new 255/50/zr17 tires
10. AC Delco platnium plugs
11. Cruise control box replaced
12. Brand new transmission from GM 40k ago.
13. upper and lower ball joints
14. lower control arm bushings
15. sway bar end links
16. all new steering lines
17. window rollers replaced right rear window
18 replaced broke drivers mirror
19. all bulbs work
20. just passed state inspection
21. alignment performed
22. carpets cleaned


*****What the car needs or is negative about it that I am aware of*****
upper control arm bushings
ebrake inop
crusty underneath
one rust hole on drivers floor board by feet area
paint good, but peeling on one or two door handles
spot light works but needs lubing to make move freely
hood is paint chipped and black in color and no match for the rest of the car
head liner has a couple small holes
engine has slight leak at front main seal
pass side valve cover has excessive oil on it due to leaky gasket
dent in drivers rear door
scratches in paint
ticket light inop
oil cooler lines have slight leak
Have noticed that when cold there is a rattle coming from the drivers cat. Goes away once it warms up.

This car dead on reliable. I would not hesitate to fill the tank right now and drive it anywhere that tank of gas will take me.
The car has only been down a drag strip three times that I am aware of.
As some of you know I drove it to New England Dragway, ran three very low 15 second runs, then I left there, and drove 120 miles round trip to newton mass to pick up the hood, and back home. This car with this hood, intake and the right temps and tb bypass could easily see high 14s.

$2495
I would entertain a trade or partial trade+funds for whatever

All cleaned up andd waxed. I even waxed the door jams. Very Happy
















Thanks for looking


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PostSubject: Re: F/S 95 DGGM 1A2 wagon *******$2495*****   Sun 27 Jun 2010 - 13:54

Nice looking wagon, what happened on the passenger side? Fender and front door have been repainted at some point.

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PostSubject: Re: F/S 95 DGGM 1A2 wagon *******$2495*****   Sun 27 Jun 2010 - 15:42

So why don't you just come out and say it Bill. You're painting the HHR pink and you need the extra money.
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PostSubject: Re: F/S 95 DGGM 1A2 wagon *******$2495*****   Sun 27 Jun 2010 - 19:42

Bewber wrote:
So why don't you just come out and say it Bill. You're painting the HHR pink and you need the extra money.
And my balls are in my wife's purse. Razz
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PostSubject: Re: F/S 95 DGGM 1A2 wagon *******$2495*****   Sun 27 Jun 2010 - 19:46

soooo..... why are his balls in your wife's purse again??
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PostSubject: Re: F/S 95 DGGM 1A2 wagon *******$2495*****   Sun 27 Jun 2010 - 20:02

Krzdimond wrote:
soooo..... why are his balls in your wife's purse again??
To keep my money company. queen
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PostSubject: Re: F/S 95 DGGM 1A2 wagon *******$2495*****   Mon 28 Jun 2010 - 7:08

Crownvic wrote:
Hi Billy,

I noticed those pictures were taken in 2005. Have you got more recent ones? How's its paint and interior changed since?

Also could you PM me its VIN?

Thx!

The pics were taken last weekend. My camera defaults back to 05 everytime I replace the batteries.
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PostSubject: Re: F/S 95 DGGM 1A2 wagon *******$2495*****   Wed 30 Jun 2010 - 18:54

Hey Bill, I see you must be checking your threads, but evidently not your emails, lol...I sent you a couple emails about buying the wagon. Please get back to me, regarding logistics and consider the car sold.

-Jeremy
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PostSubject: Re: F/S 95 DGGM 1A2 wagon *******$2495*****   Sun 5 Sep 2010 - 15:27

New lower price, and a few need to be done items now on the finished. Like a better steering box along with alignment, and cleaned carpets, and cut 9c1 front springs installed.

Have noticed that when cold there is a rattle coming from the drivers cat. Goes away once it warms up.


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PostSubject: Re: F/S 95 DGGM 1A2 wagon *******$2495*****   Sun 5 Sep 2010 - 16:13

Took these today







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PostSubject: Re: F/S 95 DGGM 1A2 wagon *******$2495*****   Mon 6 Sep 2010 - 16:18

Willing to accept a running lt1 powered 9c1 as partial trade.
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