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Have 97 deville concours 67,000 miles burgandy,matching leather. Car has been in family since 98 or 99, no wrecks no dents norips tears, I think headbolts might be failing. Would like to know if anybody looking for restoration platform at reasonable cost. If so let me know car runs live in wa. State.
 

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What makes you think head bolts may be failing? Have you done cooling system/water pump operation checks and purge line tests?
 

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No Im not mechanical loosing coolant oil looks okay no coolant there. Was more interested in checking for somebody wanting this generation car that was looking for a project.
 

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Car belonged to parents handed down etc. 67,000 mi. Is loosing coolant I think coolant tank might have issue. Does not overheat no water in oil. This car is in very good condition paint great no dents interior great no tears slight aging on leather but ingreat shape. Has been garaged most of life. Also ac needs to be recharged did about 5 years ago needs again? This vehicle runs drives no check engine all elec works power everything works. Just low coolant notice and low ac. I would like to find someone that would be interested in owning this type of vehicle and would be willing to pay around 1700 for vehicle. Im aware that these vehicles can have inherent gm issues shame on them. But some people are more capable and or would like to be long term owners. There are no rust issues no leaks no paint fade no clearcoat issues no glass dings. Just loosing coolant. Iive in western Washington state.
 

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This is your third thread on the same car. Please do NOT post more - let this merged one (with two sets of redirects) work for you. Thanks.
 
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