OLDS Cheap? Alleged '84 H/O Oklahoma City

ck80

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Not mine, don't know the guy or anything about it. Just posting for those looking

8.5, l-rods, spoiler, scoop, and badges would be about worth the price of admission. Cat, she'll, and misc parts make the profit - assuming it's are rusted out as it may be if it's "been sitting" in a field of tall grass.
 

Ribbedroof

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8.5, l-rods, spoiler, scoop, and badges would be about worth the price of admission. Cat, she'll, and misc parts make the profit - assuming it's are rusted out as it may be if it's "been sitting" in a field of tall grass.
Thought about it, rather not tie up my $$ in something I don't really want to own, and never have good luck parting stuff in OKC
 

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Rare factory moon roof my *ss. That’s obviously an aftermarket pop up sunroof as stated. (I should know, I actually have a real-deal CF5 AstroRoof).
If they’re lying about that, makes me wonder what else they’re “misrepresenting”???
 
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ck80

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Rare factory moon roof my *ss. That’s obviously an aftermarket pop up sunroof as stated. (I should know, I actually have a real-deal CF5 AstroRoof).
If they’re lying about that, makes me wonder what else they’re “misrepresenting”???
My guess is the "have all parts"...

That's said, lightning rods and console parts are visible as is dash plaque. Hood scoop is or isn't there. Same with grilles and bezels. Spoiler should be verifiable to the knowledgeable as would the 8.5... 200-4r OZ core can be checked in 30 sec under the car for tag. Dual snorkel is visible but being where it is located probably rusted to no real value like rims.

Given where values are these days on things in general? Doubt it lasts long. It's probably destined for Chicagoland or some other area with larger demand where the price will double without a penny or repair put into it.
 
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Ribbedroof

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Given where values are these days on things in general? Doubt it lasts long. It's probably destined for Chicagoland or some other area with larger demand where the price will double without a penny or repair put into it.
World is full of dreamers. I used to be one....I finally wised up and realized that you're better off spending the coin to buy something nice, than work forever to get there and spend 150% of the price to do so.

EDIT

I should qualify that by saying the above is not meant to be negative towards those with a vision like many on this board. It was intended to mean that cars like the 442s, GNs, MCSS that can still be bought in nice condition for those that prefer close to stock or stock, are better off buying decent than restoring a basket case, like the car in the ad.
 
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World is full of dreamers. I used to be one....I finally wised up and realized that you're better off spending the coin to buy something nice, than work forever to get there and spend 150% of the price to do so.

EDIT

I should qualify that by saying the above is not meant to be negative towards those with a vision like many on this board. It was intended to mean that cars like the 442s, GNs, MCSS that can still be bought in nice condition for those that prefer close to stock or stock, are better off buying decent than restoring a basket case, like the car in the ad.

Oh no, you aren't wrong. Buying a solid car beats fixing rust, rot, and roached mechanicals. But, sometimes you just have to get whatever you can afford at the time and fix it, or save forever hoping to land a gem.

There is a little luck in this game.
 
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