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Oldsmobile Tornado (1977) on 2040-cars

Year:1977 Mileage:77086

Bluff City, Tennessee, United States

Bluff City, Tennessee, United States

1977 Oldsmobile Tornado, A True Classic, This car is in very good restorable condition, The interior is in I'd say a 9 out of a 10 condition, It needs to be washed and painted because it has been sitting outside under a tree for the last 3 years and has a lot of pollen on the paint on the hood and trunk, and also the vinyl top will need to be replaced as well, it has a few cracks in the vinyl. 
Before that, the car was kept inside a garage, that's why the motor looks so good and clean.
That's how the car was when I bought it from an elderly lady whose husband had just passed. So, the title is an original title dated 1983 and at that time only had 62,000 miles on it.
The car will need some work but nothing major, The Motor and transmission runs and drives good. The motor is a 403 V-8 and is front wheel drive, it now has 77,086 actual miles on it. Very low miles for this car, The Interior is in good shape, no big stains on the carpet or on the seats, The Head Liner is good, no tears or rips, The Drivers side door panel at the arm rest has a couple of cracks in it, about 2 inches.
It has a cobra 17 CB in it along with a Am/Fm 8 track tape player.
I bought the car with intentions of restoring it and was going to paint it solid black with a red pin stripe down the sides, and was gonna put some nice chrome wheels on it, but I recently moved to a smaller place and have just lost interest in doing it.
So, here's your chance to get a really nice restorable car for a great price, so you can be confident that you are bidding on a true classic car with low miles and has a good motor and transmission that doesn't need alot of work or a lot of money to drive it.
I put a low reserve on this car that I think is a fair price for a nice classic running car which is less than $2,000.00 (hint,hint) L.O.L
Feel Free to call if you have anymore questions or concerns about the car, or if you'd like to schedule to come take a look at it.
Plz, if no answer leave your name and number and I will call you back as soon as I can.   Thanks

We will require $500.00 deposit within 24hrs of auction end, and remaining balance within 7 days of auction end, must be money order, cashiers check or certified check, or call to arrange payment of vehicle, we do not accept pay pal... sorry

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