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      1992-2002 Eldorado/ 1992-1997 Seville / Deville Concours woodgrain shifter
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      1 $49.00 4986 Fri February 20, 2009
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      $49.00 $5.00 Great
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      Have a ratty looking shifter on your Eldo or Seville? Make it look like a million bux again with this shifter from a late-model Buick LaCrosse. NOT A DIRECT FIT, HAS BEEN MODIFIED TO FIT: It has been modified by cutting the chrome neck, and widening the opening for the console shifter shaft. CAVEAT: The OEM Cadillac version uses a clip retainer to mechanically fasten the unit to the shaft. The way I fastened it to my ETC, was by using double sided sticky tape, and patience. While owning it I had to re-attach it 2 times or so... no big deal for me. If you are clever, you can probably come up with a better way. On the 98-03 Seville and 00-05 Deville their shifter is similarly pressure fit but that unit WILL NOT fit 1992-2002 Eldorado/ 1992-1997 Seville / Deville Concours as it does not have a button, but rather a gated shift pattern. It has a chromed push-button. If you're interested, I suggest you look at a Buick Lacrosse and check out the shifter--it's the same one! I have had the pleasure of being a forum member since 2005. (that's a real picture of the item--loved it and preferred it to the stock leather one) The unmodded shifter retails for $120 or so... I sold my ETC in favour of a DHS, hence I won't be needing it, unless I pick up an ETC down the line (could happen--I loved mine). Accept PAYPAL!

      What city and state are your Cadillac parts located?: Dallas, TX
      Keywords: shifter woodgrain seville councours deville eldorado


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    1. Talamant3z
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      Registered: June 2008
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      Comment Date: Sun February 22, 2009
      do u ever travel to houston or near it? i live in houston and i would liek to buy it but dont want to drive to dallas
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      mtflight
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      Registered: January 2005
      Location: Dallas, TX
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      Comment Date: Mon February 23, 2009
      I could mail it to you? I accept Paypal.
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      Talamant3z
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      Registered: June 2008
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      Comment Date: Mon February 23, 2009
      ho much is shipping? also i might be in dallas this weekend a buddy of mine is looking for a el dog but there are none in houston and a few over there but how much for shipping
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      mtflight
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      Comment Date: Mon February 23, 2009
      Not sure what the USPS would charge, probably around $5-6
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      mtflight
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      Comment Date: Tue February 24, 2009
      I'll offer free shipping as long as it's under $10.
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