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How to make a 1984 go really fast?


Bruce Nunnally

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Not my car for sale, just listed for discussion. How do you make a 1984 Cadillac go fast?

Put in a 502 cubic inch big block V8 crate engine.

13.9 sec 1984 coupe deville with big block 502 ci - $3500 (DFW to anywhere)

Reply to: sale-996435411@craigslist.org [?]

Date: 2009-01-17, 10:27AM CST

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(TRACK SPEED TOPPED AT 137.8 AT MILE RUN

QUARTER MILE AT 13.9 SECONDS

PRICED TO SELL 3500.00 OBO)..................

1984 COUPE DEVILLE WITH A rebuilt 1968 500 CI 502 BIG BLOCK BORED .40(5,000 MILES ON ENGINE AND 48,000 ON DASH) , HEADS PORTED AND POLISHED,LUNAITI CAM 513/518 LIFT ( LOPEY SOUND) 2200 STALL CONVERTOR, QUADRAJET 4 BARREL CARBURATOR,DIRECT COLD AIR INTAKE,DUAL SUPER 40'S FLOWMASTER

REINFORCED DRIVER SHAFT, TH400 TRANSMISSION ( 3 SPEED TRANNY)AFTERMARKET GAUGES

WATER,OIL PRESSURE AND RPM ALL TUCKED UNDER THE STEERING WHEEL, BESIDES THAT EVERYTHING IS ALL FACTORY WHEELS, INTERIOR, THE CAR IS COMPLETE PARTS WISE .....

THIS IS MY DAILY DRIVER I DROVE EVERYDAY FROM DALLAS-FTWORTH AND BACK 100 MILES A DAY WHEN GAS PRICES WAS UP, ALSO ADULT OWNED, CLASSIC/SLPEEPER

I CAN BE REACHED AT AT RODNEYSIMPSONLLC85@AOL.COM OR 682 583 2420 NAME IS RODNEY

MY LOST IS YOUR GAIN DONT HAVE USE FOR THIS ..........bout to put on ebay

ENGINE ALONE I SPENT ABOUT 3700.00.........

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Bruce

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I would buy it... :lol:

If you really want to make people safe drivers again then simply remove all the safety features from cars. No more seat belts, ABS brakes, traction control, air bags or stability control. No more anything. You'll see how quickly people will slow down and once again learn to drive like "normal" humans.

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