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  2. The info I got from a guy that used to work at Columbia Bicycles is these were sold in stores and were at the higher end of their massed produced bikes. He thought they sold for $79 in 1979 the only year they were made. Obviously not many sold because you never see them. I thought it was homemade when I first saw it, but after researching I found they were indeed real. Don't know the thinking behind the creation of the bike though. He also said the Shimano shifters it had were pretty high tech for the times. Kind of silly to buy just because I have a Bandit TA but what the hell.
  3. Getting closer. Trim on oneside is back on. Chrome is still about 4 weeks out.
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  6. It's hard to find that much shag carpeting.
  7. It's hard to say 360. You'd think someone would be all over a Cardinal Red Judge. I know I would.
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  9. GE or Guitarsextreme lives in the Charlotte area. I think we have other members that live closer to Raleigh.
  10. Very cool. I'd like to know more about it.
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  13. Check out my new 1979 TA!! Just picked up a 1979 Columbia Bicycles Trans Am 12 spd bike. I believe it to be all original. I posted a couple pics of it all with the brochure I found for it on the web...
  14. Filed under: Celebrities,Pontiac,Auctions,Coupe,Classics It crosses the block at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction on Saturday.Continue reading Another Burt Reynolds Trans Am is up for auction Another Burt Reynolds Trans Am is up for auction originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 18 Jan 2017 12:02:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | CommentsView the full article
  15. Earlier this month, we told you about the German owner of a VW Eos who had sued Volkswagen over the company's Dieselgate lies in the hope of having VW buy back the car. That case is still working its way through the courts, so far as we know, but a similar one has just been decided by three judges in Hildesheim, Germany. Their unequivocally...View the full article
  16. 2018 BMW 4-Series arrives with updated look, stiffer suspension BMW has given us some details about what's to come for its 4-Series coupe, sloped-roof sedan and convertible lineup for 2018. While they may not look much different from the 2017s currently on dealer lots, the 2018s gain a stiffer suspension designed to improve the way they hustle...View the full article
  17. Have you looked for the Factory Service Manual for this car? And are you sure it's not just the light is shorted on? The Snap on Mt-2500 scantool can be had on ebay for under $100 regularly. Nice older tool to have. Might be your ticket.
  18. I just acquired a 1994 Grand Prix 3.1L with 61K miles on it from a friend. It has been off the road for 5-6 years but was being driven on site every month or so until a year ago when the right rear brake line broke, it's been sitting since. When I got it the master cylinder was empty/dry and of course the brake and ABS lights were on. I was told the ABS light was not on until the line broke and the fluid leaked out. I have replaced both rear lines and bled the hydraulic unit and all 4 wheels. I have a decent brake pedal, the brakes work and the car stops fine - quick and straight. The problem is the ABS light is on solid. I've done some research and this means the system has disabled the ABS. I think it has latched the error from the low fluid condition and won't re-enable the system until the error code has been cleared. I've tried to clear it by disconnecting the battery and discharging the system without any luck. The ABS light never goes off, it is on solid from the time you turn the key on, it does not blink. This is a 1994, it has the 12 pin ALDL connector and the under hood label says "OBD1 Certified". The 12 pin connector only has 3 wires in it, it DOES NOT have the diagnostic pin to display codes on the dash. Is there an inexpensive way to read and clear the ABS code or do I need a scan tool? Is there anyone in the Research Triangle area of NC (Raleigh/Durham) that has a scanner with the correct cartridges for a 1994 gm obd1 ABS system that would be willing to do it? Thanks.
  19. Hi, John here. Just acquired a 1994 Grand Prix 3.1L with 61K original miles. I need some help with it so will be asking some questions in the discussion forum.
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  21. Motorists of all ages are concerned about self-driving cars. Uber and Lyft drivers are worried about losing their jobs, while others simply doubt that computers can drive as well as humans. (Fun fact: they can. And how.) But what's often left out of discussions around autonomous vehicles are the benefits they'll offer to people with disabilities...View the full article
  22. Motorists of all ages are concerned about self-driving cars. Uber and Lyft drivers are worried about losing their jobs, while others simply doubt that computers can drive as well as humans. (Fun fact: they can. And how.) But what's often left out of discussions around autonomous vehicles are the benefits they'll offer to people with disabilities...View the full article
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  24. General Motors and Hyundai today separately announced plans to invest billions in their assembly plants in the United States. The news comes just days before President-elect Donald Trump is sworn into office. Trump has not been shy about encouraging—even bullying—companies to boost employment in the U.S. GM says it will add about 450...View the full article
  25. I saw the car in person so no cameras, PHS documentation was displayed in the car window. Not sure about the matching numbers as the hood was closed. It was advertised as a real Judge but we also know that fraud is rampant in the collector car hobby. I would have thought the bottom $$$ for a Judge would be closer to $50K as it was in original factory colors as well. Even Pepper Green cars demand more than $35K let alone original Cardinal Red on black. maybe no GTO buyers in the audience. Where and what time your car crosses the block will effect your final price as well but that much?
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