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laterst arrrival at Bucks winnipeg - 1993 buick road master RWD


i know there are fans of these cars 

 

the hood latch is broken so sorry  no engine shots 

 

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From the dust on it, I'd say it must have been stored in a garage or barn for quite a while.  Not making up stories, but I wouldn't be surprised if it belonged to somebody who passed away, and their family called the junk yard to come and get it.  Looks like it might clean up well, but probably too late for that...



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bigdreams wrote:

i know there are fans of these cars 

 

the hood latch is broken so sorry  no engine shots 

 

roadmaster.jpg


 Thanks Don, I'll have to see if I can get over there.



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ok Carl it is located in the south most row in the GM and truck yard right at the end of the row

 

good luck 



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The engine will be the LO5 5.7 V8, rated at 180 HP and 300 lb ft of torque. 

Same as cop engine in 1993.



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Carl... maybe have a look underneath the rear end for a sway bar. I'm looking for one, apparently its a bolt on for our cars!! If you need one better grab it. I haven't found any Fleetwoods/Roadmasters/olds in Ontario listed at the wreckers...

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I was there this afternoon before I saw this post but I did check it for a bar, nothing there!

Checked the option tag too, no posi in it either. 

Love the dash on the non LT1 Roadmasters, they have one of the nicest most functional gauge clusters ever.



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I don't think any of those cars had posi. My 94 Fleetwood didn't, and I can't remember if it had a rear bar. Maybe it needed f41/42 for the rear bar... Mine had the air ride system, I changed to Monroe severe service shocks all the way around. It was a different car after that, rode better, handled so much better...



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Our 92 sedan had a 3.08 posi and rear bar, along with the automatic level control. It was a beautiful car, top of the line, maroon inside and out, low miles and in perfect shape. It had one shortfall, it wasn't an LT1 so it went to a new owner after a couple of years in favour of a 94 with lesser quality paint, no posi, inferior instrument cluster (as were all 94 - 96 Roadmasters) but the LT1 more than made up for it!

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I'm talking the 94-96 LT1 cars. I did not hear of many, if any, having posi. I saw a few Turbo LT1's from the states, aftermarket, and the didn't add that to them either.

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My brother parted out as well as fixed and drove a number of LT1 wagons with posi's. He never did any sedans so I can't verify that they came with a posi, although I have no doubt that they were offered with it.

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I stand corrected....I know my 94 Fleetwood was "surprise sleeper" for a few 5L Mustangs. But it had 2400 stall converter and some other tricks. Quick BOAT!!!!

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