edwardsgw bid $5,890
My email is [email protected]. Concerned that the left (driver's side) motor mount is collapsed since the motor looks low on the driver's side. I would assume that the engine was removed for the transmission pilot bushing replacement - were motor mounts replaced then?
I’ll have to ask my local title folks about what Georgia requires, but just to be clear, does the PA title say rebuilt or reconstructed? Also I don’t see motor mounts on your list and the engine looks like it’s a little low on the driver side like it’s slightly tilted that way. Haven’t seen that before.
OK, just have to ask - how do you know it’s the compressor that’s leaking? These cars typically have evaporator leaks which is a lot more labor to fix.
Is there anything on the car that doesn't work? And do you know whether radio wiring harness is intact or was it cut to install aftermarket radio - I would be interested in refitting a stock radio.
I love this color combination!
This is so much nicer than mine that if it stays this cheap I'll buy it! The initial description says 108 by the way (it's certainly a 109 as the MB market comment indicates). It really needs pictures of the bottom since these are so rust prone. Does the AC work (and is it still R-12 with the York compressor?) RF looks a little high, might want to do the level setting procedure. How long does it stay up and how old are the suspension air bags? How long until the Suspension Air Pressure Low light comes on? I have never seen that faceplate that's on the radio.
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