The car basically needed some rust remediation and a dent fixed in the DS rear door, as well as paint. The car had 270k on the odometer when I got it for 500... Show more, but did and still does run like an ace at 280k and counting. The ride is definitely mercedes, very solid and quiet. You can out a lighter on the valve cover with the original engine running... go and do stuff and ome back minutes later. It'll still be there, standing. This is one of the best cars ever made... Show Less
-This is one of my PREVIOUSLY OWNED VEHICLES. Check out my Grand Prix or Durango, which I currently own.-
...a Loaded Cherokee Laredo, including a rare facto... Show morery electric sunroof
It was stolen from the parking lot at work, and what was left was discovered in a chop shop in Camden, NJ.
The 'choppers' were apprehended, but the system failed to make them pay me for my loss, in fact I had to pay the impound yard fees and the tow.
If I could travel in time, my first trip would be back to that parking lot with a 3-foot length of schedule 80 pipe. The best and only justice would have been immediate, swift and permanent.
I still feel the rage. Show Less
This car is presently for sale for $1300. Not modified in any way. All steel brake lines and master cylinder were recently replaced. Purchased car for very l... Show moreittle and repairs/inspection cost twice as much. This is a very good car, but I have a Fiero on the way and need to sell this. Going to get a minivan as a third vehicle. Price factors in mileage, condition, worth and repairs. 1995 Grand Marquis LS, 4.6 V8, auto, 4-wheel disc brakes, loaded. Just Purchased for $350. Needed replacement of steel brake lines & new master cylinder Total investment to get it on the road, $1,150. It has zero dents of any kind and no rust. Paint's in decent condition. Interior's dark blue cloth Show Less
July 2nd, 2007 UPDATE:
I painted the bumpers, nerf bars, fender flares and lower body sides in a satin black finish. After about 16 hours of work, the job wa... Show mores finished. Like my Grand Prix GT, I also changed the wheels to match.
Most of the blemishes on this truck were on the parts I refinished. The truck looks almost new. Cost of most recent upgrade was $26.00, making the total on this truck $4810.00
The photos don't do it justice. Better shots will be posted soon.
Projector Headlights & Tail Lights, clear lens w/ black finish
New Grille or modification using existing bezel*.
(*No Chicken Wire, Maybe fabricated from sheet Alum. or Vertical Billet)
Powder Coat or Paint Nerf Bars Black
Durango Project Repair/Mod List:
1999 Durango SLT: $4000.00
Tax, Titlework $300.00
Gatorback Serpentine Belt: $29.00
new Belt Tensioner arm/pulley: $40.00
new Ball Joint: $40.00
new Bug Deflector: $5.00
floor mats: $30.00
Mini nerf bar hitch $36.00
new KMC 18" Rims/
Nitto 420S Tires (Ebay): $510.00
Sold original rims & tires: -$150.00
$4810.00 Show Less