Since I’ve been in Phoenix Arizona a lot recently, I though I would check out the Autos posted for sale in Craigslist there. I was expecting more cars and more of a variety of cars. But I was disappointed since it seemed there were less older cars in Phoenix compared to Albuquerque.
One thing I can tell is there are a lot of desperate, broke and unemployed people in the Phoenix Metro area. Take this 1978 Cadillac Hearse for $1700 with 125,000 miles.
I have a 1978 cadillac hearse, white with black top. Its has the 425 engine with about 125000 original miles. Yes it runs, and good. A/C needs some work. All the windows are in good shape with a limo tint all around. I also have a custom dual exhaust on it. Everything else is fairly stock as far as I know. It has the Cadillac side mirrors, hood orniment, front and rear light lenses, and hub caps. The interiors in decent shape. Still has the roller set up in back. I have the privacy glass taken out, but I do still have it. It has electric windows in the front, however I think the motor on the passenger side just went out. The window rolled down, but now wont come back up? Other than that, there is some rust spots on the car. Not too bad, but near the 2 rear doors and the back door. This can be seen in the pictures. I was trying to sell this originally for $2500, but times are hard for everybody including me. Im now in the process of selling my entire life and my hearse will not fit in the shopping cart I will be living out of soon. Please help! The first $1700 takes right now. Since I am now poor, my phones has been shut off. Please email me.
Something not seen driving around town is a 1961 International Scout 80 for $1500. It’s not listed how many miles but looks like it’s been used as storage.
1961 International Scout 80. Great little 4×4 or hunting rig. Have all glass, runs well, and i put a new muffler on it. The body is in decent shape for a 1961 4×4 (minor dents and scratches). The interior is pretty bare, original seat needs recovered and the guages are all there but dont work too well. It’s a 3 speed with a twin stick transfer case. Email with questions. $1,500 or best offer.
Here’s a 1977 Oldsmobile Regency 99 Series with 109,000 for $750. It’s not up to todays safety standards but it’s a pretty good price for the miles.
1977 Oldsmobile Regency 99 Series. $750 or best offer. RUNS GREAT! Good tires. New brakes approximately 16 months ago. 109,000 original miles. 8 cylinder. Needs new heater core. Air conditioning works but needs freon added first. Upholstery needs repair. Mother no longer drives so need to sell.