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Great White 86

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Great White 86

Hey guys, just picked up this 86' Parisienne Brougham with 157,000kms. It's an all original survivor with no rust, mint vinyl roof and a tight headliner. See ya around!

Joe

Vancouver B.C. Canada

 

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Ringo64

:welcomeFP:

 

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JUSTA6

That ol girls in sweet shape...Nice find and welcome to FP.

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Professur

That looks familiar. Suggestion. Check your brake lines where they leave the master cylinder and are clamped to the frame. It's a flat spot that accumulates crud and the lines rust out right there ... with predictable results. It's an easy fix if you catch it.

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Great White 86

Good to know, thanks for that!

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