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I've come into a 1979 450 SEL with 11,000 original miles. If there is any interest out there I'll take some pictures and try and post them. The car is light green with tan interior. I put new tires on it and took it up to 80MPH yesterday before shutting it down just to see if it still could. The car was stored in a garage with a cover for an unknown number of years. They drained the oil out before setting it up but left the gas in the tank, which I had replaced since there was major varnish going on in there. It fires up from cold without even putting your foot on the accelerator. I'd like to keep it, but may not be able to due to my financial situation.

The car is in Houston, Texas.
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I've come into a 1979 450 SEL with 11,000 original miles. If there is any interest out there I'll take some pictures and try and post them. The car is light green with tan interior. I put new tires on it and took it up to 80MPH yesterday before shutting it down just to see if it still could. The car was stored in a garage with a cover for an unknown number of years. They drained the oil out before setting it up but left the gas in the tank, which I had replaced since there was major varnish going on in there. It fires up from cold without even putting your foot on the accelerator. I'd like to keep it, but may not be able to due to my financial situation.

The car is in Houston, Texas.
How much? Can I take a look at the car? I'm in Houston.

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