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mega_man_01103
01-04-2007, 11:34 PM
hello guys. I want to get back into into the SC game BAD!!!!!

SO.....


Im looking for any year SC. Only options i require it runs well, sub 150k miles and it must pass inspection right away since i want to start driving it around now. I live in springfield MA. I can afford up to 2k. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Raul

White Lightning
01-07-2007, 09:23 PM
I have a 90 SC, Auto, Runs good, new hd gaskets, new brakes, shocks, plus. I'm down in Torrington, Ct. if you wanna come drive it. Can't see anything stopping it from passing inspec. but, don't know how bad Mass. inspections are. N.J. title in hand, clean title. Call me evenings, 'til 11pm, (I work nights) Frank H. cell 860.485.5375.

White Lightning
01-17-2007, 10:47 PM
Did you ever find yourself a T-Bird? Things have calmed down for a while and we might be able to meet up, now that Michelle has a new car! cheers and beers, Frank H.

mega_man_01103
01-20-2007, 10:44 AM
check your pm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

jts89tbsc
05-24-2007, 08:11 AM
HEY WHERE'S ALL THE SC PEOPLE AROUND HERE ? FIRST $1500 TAKES IT !!!!! MUST SELL THIS WEEK !! COME CHECK IT OUT THEN MAKE ME A REASONABLE OFFER Power door locks, power mirrors, power seats,
power 2 way moonroof, Cruise Control, Auto dim high beam, Timed headlight shut off, 130,600 MILES
Factory Intercooled & Supercharged 3.8 5spd trans, VERY VERY QUICK CAR
Four wheel disc brakes, Factory 16"rims, Factory ground effects
Original paint Titanium ? (looks gold/tan to me) with normal fade for an 18 year old car,
Factory stereo was ripped from car before I bought it, I have an after market am/fm/cd stereo in it now original equipment is still under back window speakers are factory
Headgaskets, oil pressure switch, cam sensor, alternator, thermostat & flush, ignition module replaced at 125,000
Four small rust spots on right quarter panel largest about 2 inches, and one on rear of drivers door, Grey interior some wear on driver side seat bolsters, and shift knob, Headliner & visors have typical wear along edges,
Passenger side electric bolsters dont work, Power mirrors & locks don't work,I think the switches are bad.
Driver side seat belt is stuck in driving position (never bothered me I just unhooked it to get out) , Air conditioning blows warm probably needs charging,
Dash has crack directly in front of driver up by the windshield,
driver window has bad gear I'm guessing, it stops part way up or down can open close with help
Great start for that lowrider you've been thinking of building,or It won't take alot to restore this car to original.
email any inquiries, jtsratrod@yahoo.com This Car is driven daily, only selling because I have heath condition (bad back) that requires me to get a car with an automatic trans.This car is also too low for me to get in and out of.
Located in Ballston Spa/West Milton Saratoga County NY
This car is also on craigslist http://albany.craigslist.org/car/330367879.html

PETEp
09-02-2007, 02:21 PM
Hartford courant this past week 1989 sc black 40,000 miles 8,000 should be in good shape:rolleyes:

Tinos93SC
11-06-2007, 04:28 PM
I have a white 92SC Auto I just got running. New balancer, 10% OD Pulley on SC, new jackshaft pulley, belts. Has a rebuilt AOD with stall converter and HD bands. New 255lph fuel pump. Runs pretty good, needs sway bar end links and tune up. PM me if interested. I'm in Greater Springfield area.

rwami18
11-10-2007, 06:29 PM
I just bought today my new toy. So I have to sell my old one.

I had a New Master cylinder n booster installed. (Not the cheap one) Also new tie rods on front. Car is now located in Knoxville,TN. I put some posts about getting a new engine. Nothing wrong with the one in it. No leaks, or smoke. Runs fine. I just was going to restore her, but the one thing that made me not is she is an automatic Have receipts for most things.


Looking at $3,000 obo

Link to see car http://www.sccoa.com/forums/showthread.php?t=69301


To reach me email me at ryan.andres@us.army.mil


Thanks,
Ryan

Toms-SC
11-28-2007, 04:41 PM
Do yourself a favor and not buy a clunker. This will save you many headaches and money in the long run.