Discussion in 'Cars and Parts For Sale Leads' started by OldDrummer55, Jan 1, 2021.
Spotted this yesterday in Pasco, WA.
Not too bad; - if I was closer and able to cross the border I'd go look at it. I wouldn't mind one like I currently have with a roof and possibly some A/C, it'd be a great cruiser.
It says no test drive on the paper in the window. Really?
Yeah, I thought that was kind of weird too...
The car has been sitting there (outside a body shop) for quite a while... heck, give them a call.
That's not a Buick guy, 445 is the torque rating of the 401 Nailhead.
Asking $7,000, but: no test drive....
Looks like he was asking $7,700.
Love the '64-'66 boats. Great lines without the heavy look coming in later years. Six body trunk, cool tail light designs. And gotta love a nailhead.
$7K is a deal but after sitting this long on his lot wonder how much he'd take in in cold cashish...
Considering the “Rona” economy and how long it’s been sitting... cash talks
$ 500 without a test drive.
I'd buy it without a test drive. His area's local customer base is probably just full of joy riders and tire kickers. That said, would not buy without a ride-along and putting it on a lift.
It's sorely tempting, but with the exchange rate, shipping and all of that it'll be $10-12K before it's standing in my driveway and I even have a chance to see if it runs or drives, so no, hard pass for me.
Believe I'm starting to understand your hesitation now:
No test drive!? Is cool a custom coupe with the fused rear window! My first Buick and first car was a 66 225 coupe!
Got it's twin in the back 40, neat car
OK V8 Buick People: Listen to Mitch. Look at it carefully, give it a good stiff test drive and get it wayyyyy up in the air. Also be prepared to walk if it ain't what you want. Mitch
Newsflash for Mitch:
You roll up in his lot with a trailer and cash, he’ll be a fool not to allow a test drive. I think that’s on there to weed out folks who barely understand ‘no’. He’s probably had his fill of them.
there is a 65 electra on FB in Cleveland Oh. area for around 3K though not as nice/
Also tire kickers, thrill riders and dreamers.
Perhaps the “445” motor doesn’t run? “17,000+ miles...” Maybe 117,000 or even 217,000? Almost as if the current owner doesn’t know much about the vehicle... I think I’ll call to get the background.