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  • #16
    Originally posted by mag View Post
    $500.00 and i'll drive out with a trailer
    I'm not that desperate. 😌

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    • #17
      Selling a car with a slammed suspension is tough because it's over a grand just to get the car operational.
      Last edited by mag; 04-20-2017, 08:18 AM.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by warden View Post
        Where is this black interior that you speak of at? What is its availability?

        Parked up at my families place waiting for me to do something with it. The car is rusty but with some elbow grease and a little money, the interior can be an 8/10. Was going to swap it all over into mine but I've been entertaining a full race car ideas.
        Eric
        -00 Honda Accord (The MPG'er)
        -97 Mark VIII Base (The Row'er)
        -95 Mark VIII LSC (The Go'er)
        -14 Model T touring (The Show'er)
        -Rebuilding the T

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        • #19
          Originally posted by mag View Post
          Selling a car with a slammed suspension is tough because it's over a grand just to get the car operational.
          If you're trolling with bait, I'm not biting. I liked your original comment though, shame you edited it. I feel like you didn't actually read anything I wrote in the first two posts.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by DHowe303 View Post
            If you're trolling with bait, I'm not biting. I liked your original comment though, shame you edited it. I feel like you didn't actually read anything I wrote in the first two posts.
            OK I'll go $550.oo

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            • #21
              Originally posted by mag View Post
              OK I'll go $550.oo
              She'd go to a salvage lot before you. Good day sir.

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              • #22
                Out of courtesy you could counter young man.
                https://www.kbb.com/lincoln/mark-vii...condition=fair
                Last edited by mag; 04-20-2017, 07:01 PM.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by mag View Post
                  Out of courtesy you could counter young man.
                  https://www.kbb.com/lincoln/mark-vii...condition=fair
                  I'm getting fair at 1750 with options. I would go as far to consider this in good condition. Also this is a CE, KBB has no basis as to the value of it to enthusiasts. I'm not going to entertain you any further. Serious inquiries only. 319.431.4729

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                  • #24
                    The car is not safe to drive in it's current condition thus it can't be considered to be in good condition. .If anyone buys it would have to be trailered or towed .
                    Last edited by mag; 04-20-2017, 07:38 PM.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Lvnmarks View Post
                      Parked up at my families place waiting for me to do something with it. The car is rusty but with some elbow grease and a little money, the interior can be an 8/10. Was going to swap it all over into mine but I've been entertaining a full race car ideas.
                      I could use a few things off that blk car, we need to talk.
                      Originally posted by DHowe303 View Post
                      She'd go to a salvage lot before you. Good day sir.
                      My things got ugly fast, but your right it shouldn't be driven its hard to sell a car that cant be driven.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Ford nut View Post
                        My things got ugly fast, but your right it shouldn't be driven its hard to sell a car that cant be driven.
                        That's why it's posted here and not on craigslist, want it to go to an enthusiast who knows what they're doing. It could be troubleshot on the spot or trailored of course, but that doesn't warrant a discount of 2 grand. Could still be driven it just wouldn't be the most comfortable ride. Only concern for safety would be if you don't know how to drive a car ��

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                        • #27
                          You can't drive a slammed air ride car far. I have done it once. You will break things. The price is not too bad, but it will not be very attractive to someone who has to drive far to get it. The gamble is the air ride. could be a few hours of time or a whole bunch of parts. Some of us already have all the parts to fix the air ride others would need to purchase allot. The air ride is not that hard to trouble shoot. You just need a supply of parts to work with.
                          98 LSC Torreador Red
                          "This fire's thrills per BTU are off the charts!"

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by beerdog View Post
                            You can't drive a slammed air ride car far. I have done it once. You will break things. The price is not too bad, but it will not be very attractive to someone who has to drive far to get it. The gamble is the air ride. could be a few hours of time or a whole bunch of parts. Some of us already have all the parts to fix the air ride others would need to purchase allot. The air ride is not that hard to trouble shoot. You just need a supply of parts to work with.
                            To each their own, anyone too far that cared enough would bring their own trailer without a 2k discount. I'm negotiable on the price, but that was rather insulting and I'm sure most would agree. As I stated in the OP, the way it's been acting I can't imagine it's anything too serious. A month or so and she goes to the junkyard sadly.

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                            • #29
                              how does it look underneath?
                              98 LSC Torreador Red
                              "This fire's thrills per BTU are off the charts!"

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by beerdog View Post
                                how does it look underneath?
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