It's a pretty clean car, and it's damn rare from what I understand. From what I've read, there were not *any* '98 B4C (Police Package) cars produced. I had a carfax ran on it when I bought it, it said that the government owned the car when it was new, I think it was in Florida. I don't think the car has ever been hit... It has about 85k miles on it, uses no oil. I added a Hooker catback, air lid and a BMR strut tower brace, 18x9.5 Chrome Z06 wheels and DMS lowering springs complete the look.
I'm selling it because I need to free up some money to buy a new race car trailer
The body is in very good shape, no dings at all. It has the normal rock chips on the front end, but I have the touch up paint and stay on top of it. I don't think the car has any nicks or scratches anywhere else. It's not perfect, but it's pretty damn clean. The interior is in good shape no tears or stains; the carpet isn't worn. The car is pretty tight; it's not a rattletrap.
The only thing that could use attention is:
* Previous owner locked the keys in the car, then they proceeded to mess up the weatherstripping and scratch the paint on the A-pillar trying to get something in the car to trigger the locks. It's not that bad, but I'm trying to score some new weatherstripping from YearOne.
The car is located in Mobile, AL.
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