ORIGINAL OWNER PRIVATE SALE. COMPLETELY ORIGINAL UNRESTORED. 25917 ORIGINAL MILES. Original paint and decals in great shape. No rust. Car drives like it just came off the show room floor. Equipped with factory 6.6 (403) V-8, Automatic Transmission, Factory Air Conditioning, Power Disc Brakes, Power Steering, Cruise Control, Soft-Ray Glass, Rear Defrost Glass, AM-FM Stereo 8-Track (Delco), and 8"Aluminmum Snowflake Wheels w/RWL Tires, Appraised at $35,000 in 2015 (but never put up for sale) and only 356 miles put on since appraised and in exactly same condition makes this a great buy. Must see to believe!
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