You want a driver!?? You want fun everytime you turn the key?? Then this is your car!! Make no mistake this car is clean and PRICED to sell!!!!!!
I have been the owner of the car since 1998. I purchased the car in Michigan where I was living. The mileage on the car is 56k. I believe the miles to be original. The car has a MI (Michigan) Vin # which means the car was reconstructed over 20 years ago in Michigan where I bought it. THIS IS NOT A SALVAGE CAR OR TITLE. I have driven it about 4 thousand miles since I have owned it. It has always been stored or garage kept. I moved back to the Carolinas in 2014 and had the 455 motor stripped down, machined and bored with everything new top to bottom. I had the work done in a machine shop known for Olds engine work in Hendersonville, NC. The motor has about 400 miles on it since the work.
This is not a show car. It is ready to run and run strong. I have attached some of the pics that I had handy from when I pulled it out of the warehouse to drive it and have the oil changed as well. I will certainly be happy to show the car in person upon arrangement.
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