Excellent original all numbers matching second owner Thunderbird with the rare bucket seat and console option, has 429-4V engine AC PW PDB AT PS this car runs and drives exceptional everything works, ready for cruise-ins and shows! I purchased from the original owner, also this aqua blue color was a rare option for the T-Bird in 71.
HERE IS A 1951 DODGE PU. IT HAS AN AUTOMATIC TRANS. WITH A PONTIAC ENGINE IN FRONT OF IT. NOT SURE WHAT SIZE THE ENGINE IS BUT IT DOES HAVE A 4BBL CARB, POWER BRAKES AND I THINK MANUAL STEERING. MORE PICTURES ON REQUEST. PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU WANT MORE PICTURES.PLEASE FEEL FREE TO EMAIL ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS. IM TIRED OF GETTING TEXT MESSAGES FROM SCAMMERS!!
Has good running 390 4V (factory 4V car) auto. Solid body. Has Power steering and is a AC car, Looks like all the AC stuff is their but the belt was removed from the AC compressor, so I am guessing it either needs Freon or mybe new seals in the compressor. I dont know I bought it just like it sits. Did have current plates on it when I bought it, it was being driven. Good Interior. Dual Exhaust and 9 inch rear end. Good deal for only $3650.00 , Has good NM title.
A 1965 Ford Galaxie 500 that looks to be in good shape for a nearly 45 year old vehicle. For $5000 is better run.
1965 Ford Galaxie 500. 2 door hardtop. 289 with two bbl carb newly rebuilt. Runs great starts right up and is an attention getter. Orange and white paint with Orange and white interior. Calling will be a better way to get a hold of me.
A 1966 Ford Mustang with low miles and in good shape for $2500. I have to wonder why it has a salvage title.
1966 Mustang – SALVAGE Title.$2500.00, Low mileage since engine and transmission were rebuilt 6 years ago. 200cc straight 6 engine, Automatic Transmission. My sons lost interest earlier after stripping paint off of trunk and side as you can see. Small dent on passenger door and front right light shroud damaged. No rust that I could see.
While this could have been a all red Ford craiglist round up, I couldn’t resist this next car. A 1992 Buick Rivera (Rivvy on D’s?) with a gold chain steering wheel and champaign bucket for $2950. Good luck explaining that to APD.
1992 RIVIERA, CRAZY NICE, COME SEE, CASH & CARRY, 9701 CENTRAL NE
Tesla finally announced their new Model S Coupe last week. This is the car that Tesla was supposed to build in Albuquerque, but moved the manufacturing to San Jose California when they got a better deal. That didn’t work out either and it’s not clear to me exactly where they plan to build the Model S.
I lived in San Jose in 2001 and it’s a crazy place compared to Albuquerque. I’m still not sure how they ever thought it would be cheaper to produce the cars there rather in Albuquerque in the long term. It could end up being a good thing for Albuquerque if they go out of business like Eclipse Aviation did. I’m certainly not wishing for Tesla to go under but the times are tough and I’ve read some possible bad news in that regard. I would still like to see them have some manufacturing in Albuquerque.
At $40,000 over 500 sedans have already been pre ordered. It’s a good looking car but I won’t be on the buyers list anytime soon. Maybe if they came out with a pickup truck I might have to get out the credit card.
Down the street from my house is a 1957 Buick Super for sale. According to the sign it only has 87K miles on it and they are asking $5750. I have no idea how well it drives but body and interior did appear to be in good condition for a 51 year old car. Not a bad price for a vehicle that runs let alone one this old.
I would totally buy a car like this if I had the money and place to put it and didn’t already have a project car (that I haven’t worked on in years).