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Sadly letting go of our 1970 Granada Red Automatic 2002

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Price: $1
Location: Hewitt, TX


Bought this for a family member last year from a long time 2nd owner but getting rid of it to raise fund for new venture. Have no history on the car (didn't get any).

It's a car with nice paint work and mechanically sound but not a show winner and nor do we know what kind of body work was previously done etc. As we don't really care to scrutinize things. This was not going to be a full restoration project for us but rather one you can drive and enjoy as it is. So, if you are a buyer of that sort then I encourage you to bid or take a look at this car. We don't have a price in mind or we would have listed it here directly. We did setup a reserve to which we need a minimum of. Clean and clear TX title in our name. Sitting at our warehouse now without much use.


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Forgot to add that all the lights work except the turn signal lamps don't flash. They stay on when activated. Someone said to look into the flasher module? Someone else said the car has European turn signals and that could be the cause but I don't think so because I thought all early 2002s had turn signal lamps like those. Also the key does not lock the doors nor trunk. I'm not sure if the door key was suppose to be different. I didn't think so. Car has Hella flat headlights and Michelin tires all around. Not that it matters but I think its an improvement.

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