stock condition, original not a restoration. the following were replaced: original tires, now BFGR T/A, exhaust system but original catalytic and exhaust tips, head liner. has spare original catalytic conv. K code engine 6.6 liter. A/C and heater needs service. 4 wheels disc brakes, p/w, p/s,tilt steering wheel, am/fm stereo with cassette. interior is velour original. snow flake or honey comb wheels. limited slip 8" rear. collectible quality.
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