[Marketplace] Cars: '88 90q
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Tue Sep 28 10:37:15 EDT 2004
Title: '88 90q
Location: Sebago, ME
Date: September 28, 2004
Contact: Nate Stuart
Email: newt at newtsplace.com
I'm finally posting this bugger for sale officially. As you can see she is not a beauty queen by any means, and does need some TLC before becoming roadworthy.
I've just gone through the brakes, the fronts are good and functioning, there is a borken bleeder on the driver side caliper I will do my best to replace before the sale. The rears were working fine until a corroded brake line let go (right at the T junction under the rear seat). I've disconnected the rear brake circuit for now, so the car can be moved around and the front brakes work fine. Would reccomend running new brake lines in the rear, maybe $15-$20 in parts from the dealer, cheaper iffin you go flaps. The rear calipers are in good shape, and the ebrake mechanisms seem to operate nice and freely, I just put them on. The e-brake cables need to be put in, there is a new set included in the trunk.
The car has a brand spankin new heater core. I went through the rest of the cooling system and replaced the leaky plastic rad with my all-metal one that was in my 90q.
Rear muffler needs to be put in, I have a 4kq box that I was going to cut up and weld in, will be included if you want it.
Only other big issue is the trunk, it will most likely need to be replaced, unless you're really handy with some fiberglas, or your state inspection doesn't care. The sill above the rear light bar is rusted through. Though only a small bubble is showing cosmetically.
I have a set of the BBS 90q wheels I can include if you want, need to take my ice tires off them first.
Quite simply I need to face the facts, and I just don't have enough time to give this car the attention it needs to get back on the road. I'd like to, and thats why I've put it off as long as possible. I've already addressed a lot of the issues with it, it's just the last 10% that needs to get wrapped up. She'd make a nice a to b car, or a good shell for something more serious.
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