HELP I am a Craigslist junkie

fleming442

fleming442

Comic Book Super Hero
Dec 26, 2013
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#11
"looking to get for $1200 for the car and $300 for the wheels. **stock wheels are not available**"
I guess you'd better bring wheels or $1500 :wtf:

"If your not a mustang person this is not for you thanks for looking"
:rofl:
 
UNGN

UNGN

Comic Book Super Hero
Sep 6, 2016
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Southlake, TX
#12
Luisram

Luisram

Not-quite-so-new-guy
Apr 16, 2016
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#13
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Hey it's good to see theirs a support group here lol. First car I saw and bought was a 89 Buick LeSabre t-type pain t was shot front spoiler was gone but it had only 81k and the interior was mint. Had it painted and put some olds 88 wheels on it. Was a great car
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MrSony

MrSony

Comic Book Super Hero
Nov 15, 2014
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Des Moines, Iowa
#14
I typically search for 68-72 malibus, g bodies, older BOP stuff, and Buick 350 (under auto parts) using search tempest. At least once a week or so.
 
ssn696

ssn696

Comic Book Super Hero
Jul 19, 2009
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New Mexico
#15
ssn696

ssn696

Comic Book Super Hero
Jul 19, 2009
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New Mexico
#16
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Wageslave

G-Body Guru
Jan 25, 2017
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UNGN

UNGN

Comic Book Super Hero
Sep 6, 2016
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Southlake, TX
#18
So I log back onto my computer after my kid tells me "that jag sold" so I figured I was safe and the first car that pops up is the same 40K mile '98 XJ8 Jag, but now its $2,550 instead of $2,950. Phone Rings. Its my kid. "come on, we got to go check it out", so I take a long lunch.

Needs typical Jag suspension repairs (its all closed cell foam that only lasts 10-15 years in Texas heat) but the A/C was freezing cold, Tires near new, the Tilt/telescope/sunroof and power seats all worked and the drivetrain starts/runs/drives/feels like a 40K mile car, so I guess I own it, now.

$2,921.00 total including tax, title license and inspection. New bilsteins for the front, and some other cheap mods/fixes and it my new daily driver.

When I LS swap my other Jag (XK8) I'll have lots of spare parts to keep this one running for ever (until it needs an LS swap).
 
Clutch

Clutch

Comic Book Super Hero
Apr 7, 2017
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Brick NJ
#19
So I log back onto my computer after my kid tells me "that jag sold" so I figured I was safe and the first car that pops up is the same 40K mile '98 XJ8 Jag, but now its $2,550 instead of $2,950. Phone Rings. Its my kid. "come on, we got to go check it out", so I take a long lunch.

Needs typical Jag suspension repairs (its all closed cell foam that only lasts 10-15 years in Texas heat) but the A/C was freezing cold, Tires near new, the Tilt/telescope/sunroof and power seats all worked and the drivetrain starts/runs/drives/feels like a 40K mile car, so I guess I own it, now.

$2,921.00 total including tax, title license and inspection. New bilsteins for the front, and some other cheap mods/fixes and it my new daily driver.

When I LS swap my other Jag (XK8) I'll have lots of spare parts to keep this one running for ever (until it needs an LS swap).
Ok pictures!!!!!
 
carnutjw

carnutjw

Apprentice
Sep 17, 2017
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#20
View attachment 84977 Hey it's good to see theirs a support group here lol. First car I saw and bought was a 89 Buick LeSabre t-type pain t was shot front spoiler was gone but it had only 81k and the interior was mint. Had it painted and put some olds 88 wheels on it. Was a great car View attachment 84976
Love that Lesabre body, put it on a G RWD chassis- now we're talking.
 

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