G3GM
Would you like to react to this message? Create an account in a few clicks or log in to continue.

1976 Malibu

Go down

1976 Malibu Empty 1976 Malibu

Post by impalamonte Mon May 17, 2021 1:54 pm

https://greenbay.craigslist.org/cto/d/cambridge-1976-chevy-malibu/7322290066.html
impalamonte
impalamonte
G3GM Member
G3GM Member

Street Cred : 14

Back to top Go down

1976 Malibu Empty Re: 1976 Malibu

Post by Limey SE Mon May 17, 2021 4:42 pm

There has to be a Hidden flaw on that Car for only $5,000

___________________________________________
1977 Chevelle SE x2
One Mild original
one Wild NON original
Anthony
Limey SE
Limey SE
Management
Management

Street Cred : 95

Back to top Go down

1976 Malibu Empty Re: 1976 Malibu

Post by impalamonte Tue May 18, 2021 8:45 am

YES! When I see the words "need gone"........there is something goin on.
impalamonte
impalamonte
G3GM Member
G3GM Member

Street Cred : 14

Back to top Go down

1976 Malibu Empty Re: 1976 Malibu

Post by REVINKEVIN Tue May 18, 2021 12:15 pm

I like that car. I was zooming in under the hood and it shows the 45 years of surface rust. That makes me wonder what the floor boards, lower doors, and rear fenders look like. You don’t see any cars like this in the Houston area anymore.
REVINKEVIN
REVINKEVIN
G3GM Enthusiast
G3GM Enthusiast

Street Cred : 19

Back to top Go down

1976 Malibu Empty Re: 1976 Malibu

Post by g3chevy Wed May 19, 2021 12:19 pm

REVINKEVIN wrote:I like that car. I was zooming in under the hood and it shows the 45 years of surface rust. That makes me wonder what the floor boards, lower doors, and rear fenders look like. You don’t see any cars like this in the Houston area anymore.

I used to live up that way for a couple years back in the late 90's. Most of these older cars were bondo queens. Very few were kept from the harsh winters and maintained properly. So I've always shied away from classics of the rust belt region. Even my wife's mini van that was born here in Texas was affected by the rust from 2 winters even after religiously washing the under carriage after ever snow fall. But if it has been taken care of, it's definitely worth the asking price.
g3chevy
g3chevy
Donating Member
Donating Member

Street Cred : 29

Back to top Go down

1976 Malibu Empty Re: 1976 Malibu

Post by Hawk03 Wed May 19, 2021 5:42 pm

g3chevy wrote:
I used to live up that way for a couple years back in the late 90's. Most of these older cars were bondo queens. Very few were kept from the harsh winters and maintained properly. So I've always shied away from classics of the rust belt region. Even my wife's mini van that was born here in Texas was affected by the rust from 2 winters even after religiously washing the under carriage after ever snow fall. But if it has been taken care of, it's definitely worth the asking price.

Theres nothing a little roofing tin and bondo can't fix. This is around the summer of 1998.

1976 Malibu 14965210
Hawk03
Hawk03
G3GM Enthusiast
G3GM Enthusiast

Street Cred : 18

Back to top Go down

1976 Malibu Empty Re: 1976 Malibu

Post by REVINKEVIN Wed May 19, 2021 6:51 pm

Wow. I definitely found some of that in my 1970 Camaro that I picked up outside of Green Bay years ago. I can’t wait to to use that technique on g3chevy’s Hurst Olds.
REVINKEVIN
REVINKEVIN
G3GM Enthusiast
G3GM Enthusiast

Street Cred : 19

Back to top Go down

1976 Malibu Empty Re: 1976 Malibu

Post by g3chevy Wed May 19, 2021 9:12 pm

Hawk03 wrote:
g3chevy wrote:
I used to live up that way for a couple years back in the late 90's. Most of these older cars were bondo queens. Very few were kept from the harsh winters and maintained properly. So I've always shied away from classics of the rust belt region. Even my wife's mini van that was born here in Texas was affected by the rust from 2 winters even after religiously washing the under carriage after ever snow fall. But if it has been taken care of, it's definitely worth the asking price.

Theres nothing a little roofing tin and bondo can't fix. This is around the summer of 1998.

1976 Malibu 14965210

Ha! Funny you should say that. Because that's exactly what I found around the back window of the Hurst.

1976 Malibu 2021-010
g3chevy
g3chevy
Donating Member
Donating Member

Street Cred : 29

Back to top Go down

1976 Malibu Empty Re: 1976 Malibu

Post by Sponsored content


Sponsored content


Back to top Go down

Back to top

- Similar topics

 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum