: Lots of pictures on this beautiful day
08-09-07, 10:00 PM
Well I am going to sell the Brougham, but only so I can get a better one, preferably with an astro-roof and/or the 350 engine. So I shined her up for eBay, Craigslist, and whoever else. But I thought you all might like to see her too. And while we're here, what do you think she'll fetch? But enough talk...
08-09-07, 10:01 PM
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08-09-07, 10:03 PM
Thew, that was alot.
Thanks for looking,
08-09-07, 10:32 PM
Damn that's nice! One of the cleanest 307 '90s I've seen in a long while.
08-09-07, 10:47 PM
$3k-$3.5k is reasonable i think. Maybe less, maybe more? Whats blue book on it?
08-09-07, 10:58 PM
Beautiful. Clean up those white walls & shine the tires.. you will then be golden.
My Dad sold his 1990 Brougham d'Elegance with 77K miles for $3750 9 months ago, so I say anywhere between $2.5-5K, depending how well you market the car.
08-09-07, 11:34 PM
08-10-07, 12:48 AM
I think the BB is actually around $1800, but I have cleaned it up a bit. Various new parts and such. And... I need not mention that not long ago I replaced the driver fender and had it painted. Check the thread "Following in the footsteps of Ben." (not to mistakened with "Following in Benzilla's footsteps" by eldorado99) I hope that doesn't devalue it too much. Heck, you can't even tell, because the paint is a dead match. I think I go back for another $160 paint job! Also the rear driver tire is different from the rest (See how I avoided it?) as it is some weird 2" white wall snow tire that the tire shop put on when the last one got a bubble. Anyone notice the not-original trunk mat? This one is ribbed, and the crest hasn't a wreath, whereas the original was one big matte mesh and had a wreathed crest. I got it out of an '80 Coupe Deville for free! Also what do you think of my radio set-up? It came from a '96 Roadmaster (another Buick mod!) and wired right up and sounds great. Altogether she sure does shine up like a new penny, though.
08-10-07, 01:04 AM
That's the identical twin to the 90 I sold on Ebay 4 years ago sans the newer GM stereo plus True spokes, vogues and tints. Mine had 70K and I got $3500 from a North Carolina dealer who planned to make a profit reselling it. You should pull about 2K for it. Good Luck with the sale and your new ride.
08-10-07, 08:31 AM
What a phenomenal, essentially flawless Brougham. I know others differ, but in the Midwest market I coud see yours easily fetching $3,500 - $5,000. (I wouldn't settle for anything less than $3,000.)
08-10-07, 11:26 AM
Nice car ,hope you get your best car soon :)
Looks very sharp. I wouldn't mind getting one, but my wife would shoot me....
08-19-07, 07:46 PM
You seem to be in the same path as me.
I want to sell my white 90 307 for a 350, delegace, with a moon roof.
I hate to say it but I also looked at a few 2000+ DHS's...... I like them both, but i think if I for once drive a 5.7 id be re-hooked. Out of all 10 90-92 Broughams i had, as parts cars, or good used cars that i resold, i never had a 5.7, and never test driven one.
Good luck to the both of us then on our search!!
08-19-07, 09:16 PM
I must say, that's one cleeeeeeen ride. I though my '94 ( http://www.cardomain.com/ride/694011 ) was clean, but you've got four more years of age on my Fltwd and it looks fantastic. She's a real "show room" act. :thumbsup:
08-19-07, 09:54 PM
im not the biggest fan of 4 doors but wow that makes me want one lol niceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
08-20-07, 10:10 PM
Id personally rather have two doors caddyshack, but 1. they didnt have the 90-92 look/style in the RWD coupes, and 2 majority have that HT 4100 load of crap under the hood.
If i got a good deal on a clean fleetwood coupe, with the cast iron block, as the 1980's had id put a nose one it and drive it.
That black one i found in that garage, with no keys or title, i went back to the house to see if it was there (lost the phone #) garage was locked, but the tennant renting the house gave me the number.
So we will see. Thinking about it now id pay 400 for it, but i know he would want to jsut get it out of there if it still is there, so id def get it cheaper.
08-20-07, 10:24 PM
Wow maybe I should snatch up that 89 I was looking at. It's no where near as nice as these but it's clean and it'll shine up nice. I was going to have my boy spray in in White Diamond.
08-20-07, 11:12 PM
I'm still looking for a 1992 Brougham with d'elegance, leather seats, CD player and 5.7L / towing package. Anyone got one - no brown, gold or beige colors please!