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Thread: A smaller RWD Cadillac

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    A smaller RWD Cadillac

    Lets try again; lost all my text

    This car has been meticulously maintained and has absolutely no rust. It has never seen snow since I had it (20 years). I just have too many cars and this is a fun car to drive. It has a 350 Olds V8 engine with th400 trans, 4 wheel disc brakes and limited slip rear end. It can be driven anywhere in the country for only $2500




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    Re: A smaller RWD Cadillac

    In case I don't notice any notifications you can email me at

    alanloveshondas@yahoo.com

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