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Old 03-07-2018, 02:00 AM
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Look you guys, I picked this up last fall was told it was a Tennessee car, as a backup for my 04 Sable, which I had been driving all over Michigan doing field inspections. But I just picked up a new gig part-time 25 hours a week with a company car, the perfect thing. So I don't need this back up anymore. I only drove it a hundred miles, so I don't know much about it. I've got $1,300 into it, but at this point it's sitting at the curb at $975. I really want someone who loves these cars to end up with it. That's the main reason I'm announcing it here. Now, there is a longer story that has to do with my little brother having been a service manager at a Chrysler dealership when this car was built, and he has since passed away. But that's just one of the reasons why I bought the car. It's not beautiful, but it's far from ugly. It needs a little attention, small leak right at the top of the radiator, steering rack bushings, and head cover gasket and or just tightening head cover bolts. Mostly at this point, I would just like to see this car go 2 someone who really loves these cars. I'm willing to take calls personally at 517 763 8527. And don't forget to spread the word just in case someone you may know May be interested in having a 94 Chrysler New Yorker with the Hemi engine.
 
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