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F/S 94 Buick wagon

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by birdtracker, Feb 7, 2009.

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  1. birdtracker

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    F/S 94 Buick Century wagon. Mid size, V-6 auto,very nice condition inside and out. Would make a great shooting vehicle. Back and middle seat fold down. Drive home. Located near Dayton Ohio. $2,500 Thanks. Don
     
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    Birdtracker. Got one same year. 53,000 actual on it. Great car. 3.3 is a good motor. Get some funny looks once in awhile driving it to shoots.
     
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    Hoosier: sent you a p.m. If you don't get it, email me. Thanks. Don
     
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    Laugh all you want but those things make super trapshooting vehicles - it's almost as if a trapshooter designed the interior's cargo area.

    I owned a dark blue '95 Century wagon (an Estate, no less, with the faux woodgrain transfers all around) for many years. Four flats of shells just fit between the wheelhouses and with the rear seat's back in front of them, they couldn't slide forward or side-to-side. My hard gun cases (Americase & Warwick) and my shooting bag filled the space between them and the liftgate. Then there were the two storage compartments in the interior trim panels behind the wheelhouses - one had a door that locked and they were great for little things. Finally, the footwell for the third seat under the rear floor was great for storing shooting coats and other soft items. A retractable cover kept the whole works out of sight.

    The only thing I had to do to it was install a pair of rear air shocks - it hung a little low in the back with all that gear in it. Mine had a 3.1L but still worked great and delivered real high 20s on the highway to and from shoots. I could even fold the second seat down if I bought a case of wads or something at a shoot!

    I still kind of miss my "booty wagon," as my kids referred to it. They had no appreciation for cool cars.

    Ed
     
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    Had an old one in high school that everybody laughed at until they found out why I had it.
     
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    great car, garaged 95% of its life. Up
     
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    someone must need a car for summer! thanks. Birdtracker
     
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    how many miles? any work needed? has it been smoked in?
    why dont you drive it yourself? or reason forsale?

    i have a 15yr old trapshooting daughter who wants "wheels"!!!!

    wally riebesell rock port mo remove xxx
     
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    Hi; Same questions as post before me. How many miles,what major work as been done, garage kept, how was it used, local or highway miles, reason for selling?
    Thanks; Tom Dulin
     
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    hey tom- my daughter wants a hummer h3 or something like the posted! gee this will be a tough one!!!!
     
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    PM sent
     
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    I sent emails and pms. The car has not been smoked in. It has 155,000 miles and has been garaged almost all of its life. ( Till I got it!). It was driven mostly in the summer. It has a new transmission and only needs plates and insurance. Nice econamical car needing some one to drive. It also does very well mpg. Birdtracker
     
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    Hi; How long have you owned this car and how many miles have you driven it?
    Thanks; Tom
     
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    Tom: I sent you a P.M I have owned it about 6 monthes and have driven it about 200 miles in that time. It belong to a friend of mine. I sent you a p.m. Don
     
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    List the car on Craig's List.
     
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