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1979 Chrysler Cordoba SOLD SOLD SOLD

Year: 1979
Fuel_type: Gasoline
Stock_number: 2667-79
Transmission: Automatic
Exterior_color: Green
Mileage: 34000
Engine: V6 Other
Interior_color: Green
Cylinders: Other V6
Body_style: 2
Vin: WI48585T85U584UTU
Status: Sold

*** LOCATED IN CONNECTICUT *** 1979 Chrysler Cordoba: The Car was purchased by the original Owner (Pauline DeMato from Branhaven Chrysler Plymouth in Branford CT on 8/27/1979 with 6 Miles on the odometer. It was ordered with a 318 V-8 engine, Torqueflite transmission, Sure Grip Differential, Tinted Glass, Left remote mirror, Green Leather interior, Air Conditioning, Tape Stripe-Deck Lid and Body side, Vinyl Body Side Molding, Landau Vinyl Roof, FR78x15 Glass Belt Radial tires, and was Zebart protected. I have the Original Registration, Car Invoice, Limited Warranty, New Vehicle Preparation Paper, Chrysler Sound System Booklet, But the radio was replaced, the 20-day Register Certificate, All of Her Registration Certificates, The original Chrysler Instructions and Product Information Booklet, Her Insurance Papers, The original Title, all the emission reports, which will confirm that the 34,000 miles on the odometer is accurate. It is my understanding that she stopped driving the car in 2001, but kept registering it. The car was always garaged and her and her husband never smoked, the ash trays are like new. I purchased the car in November of 2018. There was no smell at all of any mice ever got into the car, after I purchased the car I totally cleaned it and there was no signs the mice were ever in the car. (I thought it was important to say that) The car is in excellent condition, and runs and drives well. The original paint is good, with small areas where the paint is failing, I did not compound the car, just washed and waxed it, minor scratches in a few areas around the car, they all can be compounded, and/or touched up, I did not want to do anything with them, it is a survivor. I replaced the fuel pump, drained the gas, changed the oil, cleaned the carburetor, Replaced the Front Calipers, rotors and pads in the front, checked the brakes in the rear and underneath break lines. The front disc pads and rotors were still in good condition, but replaced them anyway, the old ones are in the trunk. I bought Plugs, ignition wires, rotor, but the car runs so well, I did not replace them, they go with the car.

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