1980 Pontiac Parisienne for sale with test drive, driving sounds, and walk through video

http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com/1980-pontiac-parisienne--c-1274.htm Incredible 1 family owned time capsule, only 23,515 original miles or 37,927 original KM's for our Canadian + European clients! Mirror finish all original Burnished gold metallic paint, beautifully preserved Cinnamon velour bucket seat interior, factory air-conditioning, power disc brakes, power steering, power windows, power locks, cruise control & tilt wheel, original mechanic owned, serviced, preserved + amazing driving. May be the lowest mileage Parisienne in the country! http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com 301.816.1000

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1986 Pontiac Parisienne The Alabama "Cheviac"
I purchased this car for $500 in October 2011 from an elderly lady at church. The car had been sitting under their carport untouched for several years, it is unknown just how long it had actually sat, but I knew for sure it was sitting more than two years. I installed a new battery, poured 5 gallons of fresh gas into the tank and to my surprise it fired up as if you had just run it last month. I paid $500 for the car, and since I have owned it I have done a little work to bring it back up to speed. I had to replace the water pump during the winter of 2011 as the bearing was worn thus making noise, I replaced at the same time both upper and lower radiator hoses as they were still the original GM hoses. I have replaced all four shocks, recharged the A/C, and removed the smog pump, as well as gutted the Catalytic converter. I replaced all four tires witch were badly dry rotted, as well as cleaning, repacking the front wheel bearings, and replacing the grease seals. I have had to replace the choke thermostat witch started acting up in the spring of this year. This old car runs great and drives like a dream, it would be nice if you could buy new cars like these today. Even with it's carburated V8 305 it still averages 20-22 mpg for my commute back and fourth to work, and 24-26 on the highway. We call this "The Alabama Cheviac" since it is a Pontiac with a Chevrolet engine. It has the 305 V8, coupled to the 700 R-4 Transmission. Great car, I enjoy it almost as much as my Cummins powered 71 Dodge. Is a Cummins conversion in the Cheviac's future...... Only time will tell!!!!

1985 Pontiac Parisienne test drive
This is another car I like and test drove at a local used car dealer. I was surprised how peppy this thing was, I think it's 165hp. I only ever saw a few of these when I was a kid, haven't seen one here in years. The car is in very good shape, hardly any rust at all and the paint is great. Still though, with 131,000 miles $2,700 seems like a lot. (NADA book is $2,500) He said he might consider taking $2,500 but I didn't really anticipate spending that much on a 25 year old car with 131k. Plus if I decide to sell it I highly doubt anyone would pay me $2,500 for it.

1972 Pontiac Grandville Convertible for sale with test drive, driving sounds, and walk through video
http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com/1972-pontiac-grandville-convertible-- c-1279.htm Beautifully restored w/ original window sticker & build sheet, factory 455 big block V-8, turbohydramatic trans, mirror finish Cameo white paint, 6 passenger Cashmere power seat interior, power white convertible top w/ Cashmere boot, power windows, power locks, cruise control, tilt wheel, factory cold air-conditioning, tinted glass, great sounding dual Exhaust, remote trunk release, original AM/FM/8-track, power disc brakes/steering, exceptional! http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com 301.816.1000 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              301.816.1000       end_of_the_skype_highlighting