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  • Moved - Left No Forwarding Address
    started a topic Remag! Mag gt

    Remag! Mag gt

    CHECK THIS OUT!
    it's a E58 Magnum GT - XS22L9R239046 - 136,000 miles
    Rockford, Illinois

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/CLASSIC-MOPAR_W0QQitemZ150377089972QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUS_C ars_Trucks?hash=item23032c4bb4&_trksid=p4506.c0.m2 45



    HEY, This car was just sold on ebay to this guy for $1,550.00 on Jul 31, 2009 and now he's selling it. Makes me wonder if there's somthing wrong or just trying to make a profit.

    Here's the first auction where he bought it and more pictures:

    Freeport, Illinois

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...m=260452689238



    XS22L9R

  • Moved - Left No Forwarding Address
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    Well, it's nice to see it's out of the hands of the Ford guy that had no
    interest in it and only bought it to flip.
    Hope to see it restored someday.

    Sorry about the earlyer pics in this thread __________________________________________________ ____________________
    Last edited by Moved - Left No Forwarding Address; 10-12-2010, 11:42 PM.

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  • MagnumGT79
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    Thanks for all the help. I plane on putting it up on a lift this weekend. I will post pictures Sat. Thanks again.
    Last edited by MagnumGT79; 10-12-2010, 08:53 PM.

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  • 270SE
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    Originally posted by DobaMark View Post
    One more thing to look at: Always check where the rear leaf spring shackles go through the frame on any late B body. Even cars that have rust no where else will rust there. It starts with the shackle hole wallowing out in the subframe and ends with the leaf spring going up through the trunk floor. It's not hard to weld in metal to fix it, but it's easier before it ruins the trunk floor.
    On any leaf sprung car that's a good idea.

    It's fixable and could be worth keeping for the price. Check with members here for parts and part info.

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  • DobaMark
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    One more thing to look at: Always check where the rear leaf spring shackles go through the frame on any late B body. Even cars that have rust no where else will rust there. It starts with the shackle hole wallowing out in the subframe and ends with the leaf spring going up through the trunk floor. It's not hard to weld in metal to fix it, but it's easier before it ruins the trunk floor.

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  • Magnumguy
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    Welcome to here.

    It's not the worst I've seen. Any car is fixable, just depends on how much you want to do.

    Qtr panels are available through JC Whimpe. $100/side. Other stuff's out there, you just have to be diligent in looking. No catalogs for Magnum parts for sure.

    Some members do post parts for sale that they see.

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  • Moved - Left No Forwarding Address
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    Originally posted by MagnumGT79 View Post
    I just picked this car up on Sat. Wish I would have found this site before I purchased. What should I look for? If there is a lot of rust can it be fixed? Thanks.
    Look at the under side of the car to spot hidden rust. Also use a magnet
    on the sides of the car to find bondo. Pull up your carpet in the car and
    in the trunk to check for rusted out floor boards!

    Other wise this could be a good car when fixed up, it is a E58/360ci 4bbl
    Magnum GT. The seat are suppost to be Leather.

    I've kept up with this car for quite a while now, PM me for my Phone #

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  • MagnumGT79
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    I just picked this car up on Sat. Wish I would have found this site before I purchased. What should I look for? If there is a lot of rust can it be fixed? Thanks.

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  • Moved - Left No Forwarding Address
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    Wow!

    Any body have a clue who won and paid this much? Dang, I could have
    had this car for only $1200/buy-in-now last year. lol

    Bid history:19 bids


    Winning bid:US $4,000.00

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  • Moved - Left No Forwarding Address
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    Originally posted by 270SE View Post
    It does. I figured they have been painting over the rust and using some bondo to hide it. That is going to end up one ugly car for how nice it is.

    Wonder what's up with it?
    Worse yet, How about the cardboard,tooth paste & spray paint trick!

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  • 270SE
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    Originally posted by DynoDave View Post
    Is it just me, or does the white paint on the quarter, roof and trunk appear "whiter" than that on the door and fender (1st photo)?
    It does. I figured they have been painting over the rust and using some bondo to hide it. That is going to end up one ugly car for how nice it is.

    Wonder what's up with it?

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  • DynoDave
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    Is it just me, or does the white paint on the quarter, roof and trunk appear "whiter" than that on the door and fender (1st photo)?

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  • Moved - Left No Forwarding Address
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    Originally posted by Magnumguy View Post
    How many times has this one been listed?!
    More the five times at my count! Sold at least 2 times?
    It's also on Craigslist.

    1979 dodge magnum GT - $4,500

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  • Magnumguy
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    How many times has this one been listed?!

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  • Moved - Left No Forwarding Address
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    It's back again!

    Is this car cursed? what's up? It's back again!
    Dodge : Magnum 1979 Dodge Magnum GT


    Looks better each time newly posted? Where did all the rust go?

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