Honda has sold the Civic since 1972, but in that time Chevrolet changed the name of their compact car from the Nova to Citation to Cavalier to Cobalt to Cruze and now Bolt. Changing the model name was (is?) a feeble attempt to wash the taste from the last pile of junk out of your mouth, but this next car is different. This Citation is one of the few that survives and has only 19,000 miles on the odometer. But….best of the breed, is still a dog. Maybe? Or could this be an inexpensive way to cruising around in something vintage and unique? Find this 1980 Chevrolet Citation offered for $6,500 in Parker, SD via ebay.
From the seller:
- 2nd Owner
- Vehicle purchased new in 1980 by a husband for his wife. It was parked after his wife could no longer drive and sat in storage for 28 years!
*An absolute time capsule from 1980. Like new in every way.
- Original 2 -tone factory paint. Sharp!
- No rust.
- Because the vehicle sat for so long with gasoline in the tank, the Gas Tank was removed and replaced. A new fuel pump and fuel filters were installed.
- Drive anywhere.
- Excellent fuel economy.
- 2.5 L – 4 cylinder, Auto Transmission, A/C, Power Steering, Power Brakes.
- New Tires, New Battery
- Factory AM Radio
This is a true gem. You won’t find another vehicle like it!
|VIN (Vehicle Identification Number):||1X685A6219556||Mileage:||19386|
|Drive Type:||FWD||Vehicle Title:||Clean|
|Number of Cylinders:||4||Fuel Type:||Gasoline|
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