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1884 Notchie with 3800SC/4T65HD e combo. $2000 by starlightcoupe
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My '84 Notchie is for sale again. It has a 3800SC engine and 4T-65e transmission and new rear struts, front shocks, new rear rotors and calipers, new ball joints, stainless braided brake lines, new tires about 15,000 miles ago, new wheels, exhaust, Buick radio, newer seat covers, etc. Most of the replaced parts were done while the engine was being replaced and wiring harness connected.

I drove the car from Colorado Springs almost to the mid part of Alabama and spent some time with a friend in Corinth, MS and drove back to Colorado. I drove the car out here to Oregon in 2011. The car came from about 40 miles north of New Mexico in a very dry area and it had very little surface rust on it but being here in humid Oregon, it has a little more surface rust.

I am selling the car because I had two back surgeries plus my wife simply won't ride in the car and she feels we need another car as backup for her aging Chevy TrailBlazer. We bought a 2008 Grand Prix and it occupies the garage so I'd like to sell the Fiero. The Fiero is a bit hard for me to enter and exit with my back but I have the same problem with the GP.

I can't upload pictures here but I have the car listed with pictures locally on craigslist: http://roseburg.craigslist.org/cto/4624438295.html

These pictures were taken last year. It definitely needs a paint job.

I will also give the buyer all my extra parts that includes a steering column, rear bumper cover and a box of just about anything I could take off the Fieros at the Upull/Upay in Colorado Springs. Included in the parts is a new front badge, Corvette tips, popup headlight assembly--left and right--with motors, relays and a few NOS parts from Rock Auto.

I listed the car in my craigslist ad for $2100 but I can't go below $2000. if you're interested, please email me at the address in my profile because I seldom check in here anymore.
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Seems like an especially decent deal if the swap is fully sorted.
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What type of wagon wheels are on this 1884? Sorry I had to ask

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Originally posted by ICouldaBeenAV8:

Seems like an especially decent deal if the swap is fully sorted.


"Fully sorted?" I am not familiar with the term. Of course being a native Texan sorty-kinda limits the extent of my education. Us'un nerver wuz teached "sorted."

If you're talking about running, starting, SES lights, etc, as I said, everything works as it should. When we first got it hooked up, it had two wiring errors that I found and fixed. It starts, runs, stops, beats Ricers at the light just like it should. Mike Gonzalez made the harness, connected it for me and it started right up so I am happy with the car. I feel confident driving the car to anywhere in the US and back.

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Originally posted by 1MohrFiero:

What type of wagon wheels are on this 1884? Sorry I had to ask



I really must get my eyes examined! Thanks for catching my screw up.
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