There seems to be quite a few newer cars in the Albuquerque Craigslist auto section than there used to be. I had to go back several pages to find these three cars.
Not a much info available on a 1976 Ford Ranchero. I think they need to bring the Ranchero back, but not looking like these.
1976 Ford Ranchero for sale 1700$ willing to negotiate
$3250 for a 1973 Cadillac Eldorado convertible in Rio Rancho doesn’t sound too bad but I would be concerned about the condition. This would be a good car to drive around in the summer unless your in the mob. I think I have seen this one driving around town a few times.
Our 1973 eldorado runs ok but needs a transmission tune up it has a tear in convertable top fun car to pimp around in
I’m suspicious of a 1972 Pontiac LeMans for $2000 in Los Lunas. Only 62,000 miles? Plus the ad is written in all caps.
THIS IS A RUNNING 1972 PONTIAC LEMANS 4 DR. HARD TOP. 62K MILES. 350/350. I HAVE OWNED IT FOR 3 YEARS AND HAVE USED IT DAILY FOR WORK TRANSPORTATION. VERY RELIABLE. PARTS ON CAR ARE WORTH MORE THAN SELLING PRICE. GREAT BUMPERS, DASH, METAL. HAS 4 AMERICAN TORQUE THRUSTS WITH NEWER TIRES. PERFECT DASH PAD AND CAR HAS ORIGINAL PAINT AND IS RUST
I often check out the Albuquerque Craigslist to see what kind of cars are being sold.
Here’s a 1950 Chevrolet Fleetline for $4500. The poster says it’s 99% complete (with restoration I assume). If so that seems like a good price.
NEEDS A GOOD HOME 1950 FLEETLINE 2DR 216 3SPEED RUNS GOOD NEW BRAKES,DRUMS,AND NEW MASTER CYLINDER,NEW ROCKERS NEW TIRES,CLEAN GLASS 99% COMPLETE NICE CAR $4500
A 1967 Ford Mustang Convertable for $14000. It’s a steep price unless the car has low miles, even if it’s in really good shape.
1967 Convertible, Windsor White, Red Interior, 289 V-8 Engine, 3 Speed Manual Transmission. Would be a good car to clone into a Shelby Convertible. Very basic model, not a rust bucket. Good interior, good body, no major damage, needs new home. Garage stored, floor panels are good and original. Basically needs nothing. This is what I’d do with it but don’t have the time right now. This car is perfect for a project although it is good as is.
How about a 1973 Ford F100 Pickup for $1900. Again, no idea how many miles but may not be a bad deal if it’s really in the condition stated.
73 ford f100 360 v8 1/2 ton 2wd white in decent condition barely any rust at all/ minor dents. interior is in awsome condition. no cracked or broken windows No stereo (hasn’t had one the entire time i’ve had the truck, never had money to get a new one) has 2 gas tanks. 22.5 and 19 gallon tanks, and a side tool box built into the truck. Runs well, just replaced starter silanoid, battery, valve cover gaskets,
as well as the transmission pan gasket and filter. had a full tune up on the 25th of april.