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1991 Camaro Rs on 2040-parts.com

US $250.00
Location:

Lewisberry, Pennsylvania, US

Lewisberry, Pennsylvania, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Country of Manufacture:United States

 last chance for this 1991 rs camaro. this is a parts car must be towed. does not run has a v-6 engine and auto tranny. body is good except where the seat belts mount to they were cut out. i do have a title for this. THIS IS A PARTS CAR !!!! very little rust on it. you must bring tires and wheels to get it on your trailer. the tops do not go with it but I'm sure if the price is right we can make a deal on them.also no drive shaft.i've got the price for scrap on this just trying to get it a new home before it get's crushed. NEVER WRECKED to my knowledge . what you see in pics is what you get nothing less nothing more. thanks for bidding. this is for pick up only no shipping!




This is a salvage vehicle and is being sold for parts only. It is not operational or street legal. Therefore, upon purchase, it will need to be either towed or put on a trailer. This item is NOT eligible for the eBay Motors Vehicle Purchase Protection Program.

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