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Old 03-21-2009, 05:08 PM   #1
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Default 84 Coupe for sale on Long Island ?

I really breaks my heart to post this

And pisses me off


But ---

“84” A-4 Black W/ what’s left of a tan interior - Z-52 / A-4 coupe for sale on long Island.

It was rear ended in "05" - The gas tank was dented ( I still have the original build sheet ), and the aluminum sub frame was tweaked. When checked on the frame jig the main frame was OK. An 85 donor was used for the glass hatch, both fenders, sub-frame, gas tank and head light motors.

I did a “I mite as well as --”

I paid to have the whole vette repainted and hood louvers were glassed in smooth and opened underneath, so they work. A “91” ZR-1 glass rear bumper was used - filling in the badge / name recess’s and the third brake light opening. A wire was run for a roof mounted LED third brake light bar I have in the storage compartment ( great place for it ). The hatch, door and top gaskets were replaced, along with the outside window sweeps, and those little plastic thingies to keep the side glass from rattling.

The top of the radiator shroud was opened up and screen’s installed so the fresh air ducting actually works - The few times I was caught in the rain - no problems. Hood gasket at the base of the wind shield was cut back, except over the distributor.
Z-51-ish ( its lower than stock ) air dam w/ brake cooling ducts, I installed hardware cloth for hamburger paper screening, but I didn’t install the hoses. Along with a Big Mouth Air Dam. Front Altec splash guards painted to match on the vette - the rears I don’t have - “84’s” are different than “91’s” - never got around to re-ordering them.

Front and rear “91” emblems were installed because I hate red.

Radiator was replaced with a real one w/ metal tanks. 160 deg. thermostat along with a 180 deg. fan switch installed - So far this vette has never over heated on me.

Since I owned it - I’ve replaced the water pump once - alternator once ( with a fresh belt ) - battery once ( with a red top ) - A /C compressor once with a 134 A kit used --last summer it worked fine.
The cat is hollowed out with a Dynomax “Y” pipe ( with the cross over ) and Flow Master “40's” - still sounds great.

The previous owner had 2 cross-over’s, 4 amps and 2 - 10” speakers behind a piece of rug covered plywood. All that crap I removed ( some wiring is still there ) - but the amps go with the vette ( do they still work - I’ve no idea ? ) The Rockwood XR 4700 cassette player radio is still in the dash but the door speaker’s are missing.

I had Southern Electronics rebuild the digi dash ( that was $275.-ish ). Heater / defrost works.
A-4 trans was rebuilt with a B & M shift improver kit installed. I then put a B & M trans cooler between the Rad. and A / C condenser.

Even though I have to sell the vette for financial reasons ---


Rock Bottom price -- $3,500.

PS - Mileage 81,611 - But since I've owned it - I only average 500-ish a summer

If interested P / M for a look see -- No free test drives -- I'll drive it

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Old 03-22-2009, 01:41 PM   #2
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The computer is giving me data base errors, were are you located?
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Old 03-22-2009, 02:51 PM   #3
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I got both your P / M's -- and I answered them

Lindenhurst about 40 mins. from you

In the vette ---- less
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Old 03-23-2009, 02:42 PM   #4
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Still available ---
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Old 03-25-2009, 09:18 AM   #5
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A little bump
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Old 04-06-2009, 01:30 PM   #6
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Was get-en near the bottom - so - bump
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Old 04-06-2009, 01:35 PM   #7
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well , you never know i am in the process of getting a c4 from another member here, but his PM box is full and havent been able to contact him, can you refresh us of what kind of mileage, and what extras are on the vette? you never know, what could happen, i finally got the wife to say yes, as long as i redo the bathroom , new toilet sink, and floor walls etc etc etc, if i purchase this vette , my wife is going to make me pay drastically, let us know
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Old 04-06-2009, 09:10 PM   #8
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would be interested in knowing some more on the car if you dont mind.. mileage, why the sale, etc... I dont expect anything perfect or near it for this price and year just want some background

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Old 04-06-2009, 09:11 PM   #9
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BTW are you sure you have this right that this is an 84? The bumper looks more like a late model c4 rear then an earlier model?
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Old 04-07-2009, 06:42 AM   #10
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accidents? why the updated rear?
more info willl help for sure. good luck
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Old 04-07-2009, 08:23 AM   #11
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accidents? why the updated rear?
more info willl help for sure. good luck
those are some good questions
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Old 04-07-2009, 11:35 AM   #12
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I added more details - which is what I should have posted originally --- but - I don't want to sell it -- I have too
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Old 04-07-2009, 03:39 PM   #13
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What is the mileage? Do we need to get on your site to find out?
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Old 04-07-2009, 03:41 PM   #14
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Wait wow mileage is only that low, i really like it, no accidents, making sure all the cf members see this, yes let me rethink this because that sir is a great price, i plan on using this a a daily driver, can it be taken with no problems?
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Old 04-07-2009, 05:31 PM   #15
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The only problem -- is carrying the box of "Quarter's" to my house
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Wait wow mileage is only that low, i really like it, no accidents, making sure all the cf members see this, yes let me rethink this because that sir is a great price, i plan on using this a a daily driver, can it be taken with no problems?
Chuck let me know what you are doing.. Im interested as a track car..
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Old 04-08-2009, 05:52 PM   #17
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Old 04-12-2009, 06:43 PM   #18
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I really breaks my heart to post this

And pisses me off


But ---

“84” A-4 Black W/ what’s left of a tan interior - Z-52 / A-4 coupe for sale on long Island.

It was rear ended in "05" - The gas tank was dented ( I still have the original build sheet ), and the aluminum sub frame was tweaked. When checked on the frame jig the main frame was OK. An 85 donor was used for the glass hatch, both fenders, sub-frame, gas tank and head light motors.

I did a “I mite as well as --”

I paid to have the whole vette repainted and hood louvers were glassed in smooth and opened underneath, so they work. A “91” ZR-1 glass rear bumper was used - filling in the badge / name recess’s and the third brake light opening. A wire was run for a roof mounted LED third brake light bar I have in the storage compartment ( great place for it ). The hatch, door and top gaskets were replaced, a long with the outside window sweeps, and those little plastic thingies to keep the side glass from rattling.

The top of the radiator shroud was opened up and screen’s installed so the fresh air ducting actually works - The few times I was caught in the rain - no problems. Hood gasket at the base of the wind shield was cut back, except over the distributor.
Z-51-ish ( its lower than stock ) air dam w/ brake cooling ducts, I installed hardware cloth for hamburger paper screening, but I didn’t install the hoses. A long with a Big Mouth Air Dam. Front Altec splash guards painted to match on the vette - the rears I don’t have - “84’s” are different than “91’s” - never got around to re-ordering them.

Front and rear “91” emblems were installed because I hate red.

Radiator was replaced with a real one w/ metal tanks. 160 deg. thermostat a long with a 180 deg. fan switch installed - So far this vette has never over heated on me.

Since I owned it - I’ve replaced the water pump once - alternator once ( with a fresh belt ) - battery once ( with a red top ) - A /C compressor once with a 134 A kit used --last summer it worked fine.
The cat is hollowed out with a Dynomax “Y” pipe ( with the cross over ) and Flow Master “40's” - still sounds great.

The previous owner had 2 cross-over’s, 4 amps and 2 - 10” speakers behind a piece of rug covered plywood. All that crap I removed ( some wiring is still there ) - but the amps go with the vette ( do they still work - I’ve no idea ? ) The Rockwood XR 4700 cassette player radio is still in the dash but the door speaker’s are missing?

I had Southern Electronics rebuild the digi dash ( that was 275.-ish ). Heater / defrost works.
A-4 trans was rebuilt with a B & M shift improver kit installed. I then put a B & M trans cooler between the Rad. and A / C condenser.

Even though I have to sell the vette for financial reasons ---

I would be interested in a CJ-5, 6 or 7 in trade. ( Da Wife-ie is gonna plotz )

Rock Bottom price -- $4000.00

PS - Mileage 81,611 - But since I've owned it - I only average 500-ish a summer

If interested P / M for a look see -- No free test drives -- I'll drive it

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Old 04-12-2009, 07:29 PM   #19
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Old 04-13-2009, 03:20 PM   #20
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I live in NC, can you send me more pics of this car, meaning every angle and all inside interior. I am interested, but would like to see more of this vehicle before I consider a road trip which would be very soon....Here is my email. p.hilliard@roadrunner.com. Thanks!
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I really breaks my heart to post this

And pisses me off


But ---

“84” A-4 Black W/ what’s left of a tan interior - Z-52 / A-4 coupe for sale on long Island.

It was rear ended in "05" - The gas tank was dented ( I still have the original build sheet ), and the aluminum sub frame was tweaked. When checked on the frame jig the main frame was OK. An 85 donor was used for the glass hatch, both fenders, sub-frame, gas tank and head light motors.

I did a “I mite as well as --”

I paid to have the whole vette repainted and hood louvers were glassed in smooth and opened underneath, so they work. A “91” ZR-1 glass rear bumper was used - filling in the badge / name recess’s and the third brake light opening. A wire was run for a roof mounted LED third brake light bar I have in the storage compartment ( great place for it ). The hatch, door and top gaskets were replaced, a long with the outside window sweeps, and those little plastic thingies to keep the side glass from rattling.

The top of the radiator shroud was opened up and screen’s installed so the fresh air ducting actually works - The few times I was caught in the rain - no problems. Hood gasket at the base of the wind shield was cut back, except over the distributor.
Z-51-ish ( its lower than stock ) air dam w/ brake cooling ducts, I installed hardware cloth for hamburger paper screening, but I didn’t install the hoses. A long with a Big Mouth Air Dam. Front Altec splash guards painted to match on the vette - the rears I don’t have - “84’s” are different than “91’s” - never got around to re-ordering them.

Front and rear “91” emblems were installed because I hate red.

Radiator was replaced with a real one w/ metal tanks. 160 deg. thermostat a long with a 180 deg. fan switch installed - So far this vette has never over heated on me.

Since I owned it - I’ve replaced the water pump once - alternator once ( with a fresh belt ) - battery once ( with a red top ) - A /C compressor once with a 134 A kit used --last summer it worked fine.
The cat is hollowed out with a Dynomax “Y” pipe ( with the cross over ) and Flow Master “40's” - still sounds great.

The previous owner had 2 cross-over’s, 4 amps and 2 - 10” speakers behind a piece of rug covered plywood. All that crap I removed ( some wiring is still there ) - but the amps go with the vette ( do they still work - I’ve no idea ? ) The Rockwood XR 4700 cassette player radio is still in the dash but the door speaker’s are missing?

I had Southern Electronics rebuild the digi dash ( that was 275.-ish ). Heater / defrost works.
A-4 trans was rebuilt with a B & M shift improver kit installed. I then put a B & M trans cooler between the Rad. and A / C condenser.

Even though I have to sell the vette for financial reasons ---

I would be interested in a CJ-5, 6 or 7 in trade. ( Da Wife-ie is gonna plotz )

Rock Bottom price -- $4000.00

PS - Mileage 81,611 - But since I've owned it - I only average 500-ish a summer

If interested P / M for a look see -- No free test drives -- I'll drive it

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