Discussion in 'For Sale' started by CORVAIRWILD, Feb 10, 2020.
Man, it's too bad this thing has the title issues with as nice as it is!
This seems like it's going to be a hard sale unless you have this paperwork that the previous owner got with it at the auction. Any body that's remotely interested would worry about it being stolen.
Title was transferred to PO name in Illinois, and he gave me everything, I used it to get a 10 (30?) day driveway last June, but I have misplaced that envelope of docs. Worst case I'll get in touch with PO and get a duplicate copy of the title.
In fact he he was a detective in the police force, dealing with stolen vehicles
Boy would this ever look amazing with a bunch of cleaning and some detail work!
Another month and our deep freeze winter will break, and I'll start to clean it up. It's parked just the way I left it after I got back from picking it up in Detroit last June
The originality and rust free condition are just below a thin layer of road trip crumbs etc.
I don't believe the dash was cut for the radio, but I'll look more carefully when I'm back at my shop in a couple of days.
There's also a bit of plastic slip on wiring covering under the hood. It's easily removed, I don't think it's anything permanent, just slipped over some of the wiring, similar to newer vehicles
Given the year probably no cutting on the dash. Once they came out with the 89 - 91 models somewhere aloing the way they started putting a 1 1/2 din radio in there and made a larger slot for it along with a properly sized dash bezel to match. At that point it made it possible to put a single din CD or cassette with just using a plastic face plate adapter. Looks like a pretty decently clean rig.
Just curious what is up with the missing rear driveshaft?
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