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Old 02-09-2020, 06:17 PM
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Default Looking to trade for a professional car

I would consider trading one, or more of my Cadillacs
1 1979 Sedan de Ville triple white, very nice driver
2 1992 Eldorado above average driver quality 86k miles in pale yellow, tan leather, 4.9 liter, vogue tires and cold ac.
3 2004 Sedan de Ville, excellent condition, fully optioned, silver with black top and interior, 93k miles, has Northstar engine that seems to run great, we have put about fifty miles on it, so far.
I can email pictures on request.

I would like to trade for a professional car in decent, or better condition. Prefer an ambulance, amblewagon, combination, or the he right limousine. My wife does not like hearses, as a rule.

Please call me at 201-954-3159 to discuss a trade offer. I am happy to tell you everything about my cars, good and bad. You can also send me a pm. Thank you!
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But, I have sold the 2004 de Ville.
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I sold the 1979 about a month ago and I sold the Eldo last week.
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So you are saying your down to buying one out right now.
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So you are saying your down to buying one out right now.
Yes, we are still looking for another procar. The problem is that Lucille says ambulance only, where I like all types of professional cars. But, it would be nice to find a real eye catcher.
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Look no further than 200 miles North of you. My 1969 Miller Meteor Volunteer Ambulance is available for purchase. Be like that fellow in Ohio, that brought a briefcase full of cash to an International Meet to buy a car, and he drove home a beautiful 1966 Pontiac.
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Paul you gotten any new pics of your beautiful M-M?
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Unlike me, it doesn't age, and it still looks like a 1969..
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Look no further than 200 miles North of you. My 1969 Miller Meteor Volunteer Ambulance is available for purchase. Be like that fellow in Ohio, that brought a briefcase full of cash to an International Meet to buy a car, and he drove home a beautiful 1966 Pontiac.
Might be a nice rig, can I afford it.
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All i got that i would let go right now is the 86 S&S lucy would get along fine driving it. Great car in town.
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