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Old 02-09-2014, 07:00 AM   #11
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Wow that is quite the list, may I recommend that for greater exposure, you create a new post in our Wanted section as well..!!
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I have no big shopping list right now after $10,000 in mods to my Jeep. Me broke.
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Yes, I want to add some options that it didn't have plus other remedial work.

Thanks for the suggestion. I've just added a thread there.

I'm currently not working so donations also gladly accepted

I won't bore you with details... I worked for my last company for 23 years. Quite a shock to have to start looking again.

Scanning E-bay and the like keeps me out of mischief.

Oh here is a link to my wagon...


Wow $ 10,000 in mods? Have you photos on here of your Jeep too?

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Fenn I hope u find some work soon! Very Clean Wagon!
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Cheers. I might add something. I've had lots of issues adding photos.

That Roo bar on the front looks the business. Always liked those old Jeep vinyl woodies from the 80'* too...
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Oh The Push Bar ya it is even re-inforced down to the skid plate, Need a Push?
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my mom had a 88 or 89 olds cierra custom cruiser brougham, back then olds had the worst naming strategy. the cierras had changed to the round style, it was a really nice car for the day, most things were still square and the 3800 in that light of a car was quick as heck. i was in school and took my driver test in that. it still had the fold up third row you could fit a bunch of kids in it, i have memories of my buddy mooning unsuspecting followers.
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I was in Los Angeles recently visiting friends and people older than me wanted to get the the rear facing seat in the restaurant car park to rekindle past memories. Mooning was never mentioned!
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i guess your memories may vary, lol.

wagons were always cooler than minivans though. and the big ones fit more. the neighbor had a torino wagon you could fit like 20 kids in that
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Welcome to the forum, Fenn! That'* a VERY nice Oldsmobile you have! I love seeing those old-school classics!
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Hi Bill,

Thanks for your welcome.

My Oldsmobile sits in storage for 11 months of the year. Sometimes longer :(

Luckily its dry and warm so little chance of rust taking over...I hope.

Now just over 51,000 miles.

I wish I could find cheap insurance. I've been advised as its my only car in the U.*. and I drive it to Car shows etc AND the grocery store when I'm there it can't be on classic car cover with an agreed value. Grrrrr...

I love the classics too apart from the weak engine (a 307) and parts issues.

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