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Old 07-26-2004, 10:51 PM   #1
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Default 1984 cutlass supreme 350 350 trans for only $300? look!!!

I looked at a 1984 cutlass supreme that had a 350 engine and a a 350 trans (3 speed auto) engine has 20k on rebuilt engine but something happened thats bad.....the car was overheated and overreved for 5 mins strait cause the shifter you have to go buy the clicks and not buy what it shows and drive is acually 1st gear and his friend drove down the freeway in 1st gear at very high rpms and the radiator hoses busted the radiator fried inside and the water pump went out and now the car has some ticking when it gets warm but when driving it goes away when pressure is applied to the gas when in gear but once you let off the gas u can hear the ticking (sounds like valves) but the car dont have much power after the engine was overheated and overreved he 1st said it had a 442 in it but then i asked its a 350 and he said yea meabey he thought I was talking about the tranny but he said b4 it was overheated and overreved it would kick the back end out alittle going into 2nd gear to the floor he did most work on it and dont know what to think about the engine but it sounds awsome when idling and fired up better than my 1995 ford contour alot better and ran smooth humm kinda confused but he only wants $300 and has no idea whats wrong
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I would like to know anyones best thoughts about whats wrong....... anything is apriciated!!!

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It'* trashed. See how much you can get for scrap iron in your area.
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Sounds like an EBSAW problem. Just a guess....
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Get the VIN, look it up.
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The cause of the failure is absolute stupidity.

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his friend drove down the freeway in 1st gear at very high rpms
Now I see where you get your habits from. I hate watching you and your friends destroy perfectly good cars. Please buy a bicycle.
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The cause of the failure is absolute stupidity.

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his friend drove down the freeway in 1st gear at very high rpms
Now I see where you get your habits from. I hate watching you and your friends destroy perfectly good cars. Please buy a bicycle.
my thoughts exactly.
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and somebody on here thought i was hard on him cause I said he shoulndt buy an Aur ora
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and somebody on here thought i was hard on him cause I said he shoulndt buy an Aur ora
Ya exactly (I said the same thing about that Aurora). I have mentioned this a few times and a particular Moderator keeps on telling me that I'm flaming. I'm glad others are realizing this now too.
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sorry killer. nobody is EVEER going to help you especially if you tell us that you purposely drive a car to the ground, break it then expect us to give a solution?!? Its not gonna happen. This is like the 8th time here? Come on now, whats wrong with your car? Arent you happy with it?
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