Last of the trully full-size V8 chevies. L99 4.3L V8. Gold/tan with matching cloth interior. Runs, drives, and stops good.
Was never a police car or taxi. No rust. Previous owner was an old mechanic not known for buying junk. LOW MILES! Newer brakes,
tires, and battery. AC that works. Extra chip Key. 77,000 original miles. With some TLC should be good for another 100,000. Inquire
for more details. $3000 Obo. Cash is king.
Features: L99 4.3L V8. Automatic w/ OD. PS, PW, PB, PL, Cruise control. Interior in good condition. AC that blows cold. Clean title.
The Not-so good:
Car has a dent on the rear-quarter panel passenger side due to a riding lawn mower hitting into it. No mechanical damage resulted.
Was quoted $450 to fix it. Car also has a big paint chip from what may have been an earlier repair on thie front drivers' side hood
above the headlight. I was going to have both fixed but didn't get to it. A can of correct GM paint goes with the car to whoever buys
None of the windows roll down. Why? Driver's side works but the switch broke a replacement costs $25 or you can get one from a junk
yard. The other 3 windows don't work because the plastic rectangular window sliders inside the door broke and is a common issue to
these cars when the grease in the doors wear down. I purchased the proper round replacement sliders to permanently repair them along
with hardware and replacement plastic door panel retainers. I also bought a door panel removal tool. Instructions for doing this
repair are on the internet and Youtube. I just didn't get around to it. All the parts to fix the windows go with the car.
The trunk gasket needs some contact cement on it as it's loose. No water in the trunk at all though.
Finally, the mechanical Front seat bench release cable broke so it can't be easily adjusted. Not a big deal but it should be fixed.
Why am I selling the car?
I was using it as a family car/daily driver with plans to fix the above mentioned issues and make it very nice. Maybe a mild custom
down the road. However we found a family car that better suits our needs and I decided to let it go to avoid owning too many cars.
It should go to a good home where it will get taken care of for the next 20 years. Or maybe a hot rodder would want it for the drive
train. Or maybe you just would drive it as-is. I'm not misrepresenting the car and I am disclosing all the KNOWN issues while I have
owned it, and it is afterall a 20 year old car. But you can't buy this much car for the money anymore and it's a fair deal and you
would also be exempt from dealing with emmissions testing. If you look past those flaws (and fix em) it's actually a really nice car
that rides with that nice big car "float" down the highway. Don't miss it. Drive it anywhere!
LocationBrookfield, Illinois Mileage:77000 Engine: 4.3 V8 L99 Body Type: Sedan Interior: tan Exterior: Gold/tan