I am in hog heaven. This car is a dream come true. I just brought it from a one owner it looks brand new. It feels like I am floating when I drive it. My father got excited when he seen it. This car is showroom ready. I dont have to do nothing to it but drive. The first time I nailed the pedal the power of the 5.7 LT1 engine almost push me in the back seat. I am in love.
Hello,, I bought my first 1993 Fleetwood in 1998,,and that car was amazing,,I put it through hell and used it to move with,,haul wood,,many other uses that GM Excecutives would have surley frounded upon,,,however that car lasted 10 years with no real major repairs ecept the normal,,brakes,,tires,,put a rad in it,,but in the end had to get rid of it due to many mechanical repairs it needed,,brake lines,,exhaust work,,holes in trunk (my Fault,,),,upper lower ball joints,,tie rod ends,,ect
ect,,,,but it still started and ran like new,,so after that was gone I new I had to get another one in the future,,right now I have 2
1993 (for sale)
a 1994,(not for sale),a 1996 (not for sale,,and just bought a 1996 minus the motor and tranny for a parts car,,,These are amazing cars and I'll never part with my 1996,,,,, RWD_Forever
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