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Thread: 1989 SC for sale from Original Owner

  1. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jpmst22 View Post
    Can you tell me what your air intake setup is. Where did you get the tubing, filter, air filter guard etc.

    Thanks,

    Jamie
    Magnum Powers, no longer made but here's a pic of it.
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    Just read the list on this car in Nick's garage page. Someone who wants a really nice SC that's tastefully modded and runs real sweet would be silly not to make a deal on this one. One of the best examples to come on the market in years and compared to the price of a new Hyundai, a bargain!
    Quote Originally Posted by Miller View Post
    Ya thats why i tape mine down. People think its bc i dont have a moonroof seal (which is true) but its really to keep my roof from ripping off .
    Email me here.

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    Dave did the Tune for this car!

    Dave:

    Thanks for your kind comments on my car. Your tune has been a dream that combines great performance, drive-ability, and reliability! The perfect AFR has been admired by all who look at the gauge.
    Nick the Powder Coating Guy

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    Free Shipping Credit on 1989 SC Car for Sale

    Attention 1989 SC fans! I will provide a shipping credit of $1,500.00 to anyone who buys this car for the $12,000.00 asking price. The cost to ship the original parts is on the buyer, if they want them. This offer expires on August 20, 2018.

    You may be asking why I would do this? Well, this is the cost to ship this car to my new Florida address and I figured I will be paying it anyways. This plus the fact all the potential buyers for this car have been from New Mexico, Texas, Florida, Georgia, etc. and one of the main stumbling points preventing the closing of the deal was the cost to transport the car to their destination. This offer eliminates that issue entirely.

    The other stumbling point that has prevented purchasing this car has been problems getting the buyer's wife to accept the spending of the money. Sorry, I have nothing to offer anyone here. However, I always said that buying the wife jewelry always seems to smooth out any controversies like this. Tell her the $1,500.00 credit is for buying her a piece of jewelry and pay the shipping yourself! That can work.
    Nick the Powder Coating Guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickleman60 View Post
    Magnum Powers, no longer made but here's a pic of it.
    Thanks for finding that for me, I really wish I had access to one. If anybody knows of anyone that has one t give up let me know.

    Jamie

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    This is a gorgeous SC. I always regretted selling my 89 and have casually looked for a nice one over the years. When is the car being shipped to Florida? I currently have a 2001 Mustang GT and 1989 SHO that Iím trying to unload, I may be interested in this car if I can move them quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jpmst22 View Post
    Thanks for finding that for me, I really wish I had access to one. If anybody knows of anyone that has one t give up let me know.

    Jamie
    Jamie,

    I have one that the hole on the bottom was made a bit larger if you are interested let me know.


    This car's location and color is what's keeping me away. Any color but red.
    Honor, Grace and Dignity......Remember these

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    Tentative Move Date

    My move date to Florida should be around end of September to early October 2018. The parts are going to the scrap yard before that, if there are no takers, as they are not going to Florida and I do not have space to store them in Florida.
    Nick the Powder Coating Guy

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    Do you have a pic and can you let me know the condition of it. What are the pros and cons to having a bigger hole on the bottom.





    Quote Originally Posted by BirdofPrey97 View Post
    Jamie,

    I have one that the hole on the bottom was made a bit larger if you are interested let me know.


    This car's location and color is what's keeping me away. Any color but red.

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    The car is now in my Home in Florida. So it is officially off the market and not for sale.
    Nick the Powder Coating Guy

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    Looks amazing. Now get some fresh tires on there. If I'm seeing correctly that model Cooper is quite old!
    Making woosh sounds since 2010!

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    New Home for 89 SC

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    Both of my Show cars came on the same truck.
    Nick the Powder Coating Guy

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    Those pics really remind me of why I still love these cars. Nothing else quite compares to this day.
    '93 SC 5-speed, PTE 6062 powered

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    At home in Florida

    Quote Originally Posted by plethaus View Post
    Those pics really remind me of why I still love these cars. Nothing else quite compares to this day.
    Which car? The 55 BelAir or the T-Bird? LOL... The 55 gets much more attention and trophies at car shows!
    Nick the Powder Coating Guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by nliberto@powder View Post
    Which car? The 55 BelAir or the T-Bird? LOL... The 55 gets much more attention and trophies at car shows!
    Haha, sorry. I meant the SC. I'm sure the BelAir does get way more attention, but I drive an SC because it gets MY attention.
    '93 SC 5-speed, PTE 6062 powered

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