FS: 1988 Lancer Shelby One Owner Almost Perfect

Discussion in 'Chrysler Parts For Sale / Trade' started by Billccm, Oct 3, 2004.

  1. Billccm

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    FOR SALE: 1988 Lancer Shelby. One owner, 82K miles, ALL DOCUMENTS. Car is 2.2
    TURBO II with 189HP, 5 speed, AC, Cruise, Infinity sound system, Rear Defog,
    Leather, power seats, tilt wheel, and many other Shelby options. EVERYTHING ON
    THIS CAR WORKS, including the AC (rebuilt MOPAR compressor and AC lines are

    My wife purchased this car in Feb 1989. It has spent most of its life in
    California, or Arizona. Oil changes at 2K miles, or less, and I have all
    documents to prove maintenance and repairs. I actually have a file folder that
    weighs 5 pounds with every single document and receipt for this car for it's
    past 16 years of service! It has never been in an accident, or a car wash for
    that matter. Mostly all original except for a few maintenance items such as
    belts, tires hoses, brakes, shocks, etc. Paint is original, and still looks
    great. Ground effects and air dam are excellent!

    Accordingly to the "Standard Catalog of Chrysler Cars" book, only 129 Lancer
    Shelby cars were built in the 1988 model year.

    This car has won trophies at several car shows, and runs and drives like the
    day we bought it. It is in drive anywhere condition.

    CarFax is available to anyone interested, but it does not say much.

    Car was appraised for insurance purposes in September 2000 for $7,500
    (appraisal in links below). I have driven the car approx 2K miles in the last
    four years, mostly to car shows and cruises. Asking price is $3,500. Feel free
    to contact me if you have any questions. Additional information and pictures
    are available on request.

    Pictures at the following links:




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    Billccm, Oct 3, 2004
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