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Last week, I introduced a Constitutional amendment that would hold government officials to the same standard as the American people. The amendment states that "Congress shall make no law applicable to a citizen of the United States that is not equally applicable to Congress." The amendment also contains two provisions that apply that same principle to the Executive Branch and Judicial Branch of the federal government.  Read the amendment text here: http://www.paul.senate.gov/?p=press_release&id=1011
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1986 New Yorker 38,xxx original miles
Fully loaded- leather, power everything, cruise, tilt, climate control, digital talking dash, etc.
2.2L Turbo, Automatic

Car is located in PA, zip code 19008

2 Owners, 1 Family
Maintained by the same family mechanic since new- my father
Original bill of sale broadcast sheet, plenty of receipts
Over $2,250 in parts within the past 3,000 miles for restoration
Asking $3,250 or serious offers considered

This car was my great aunts. Before she passed the car sat for about two years. When I bought it from the estate, I replaced or refurbished nearly everything on the car that had any issue what so ever.

Parts/service with less than 3k miles on them:
Tires
Brakes
Battery
Instrument cluster professionally rebuilt
Tune up, Coolant system service
Motor and Transmission mounts
Transmission serviced
Oxygen sensor
Complete front suspension overhaul-Dual Pivot K member swap, controls arms, 1 1/16” sway bar, custom sway bar mounts
PolyBushings control arm and sway bar bushings
Alignment
Vacuum system re- plumbed with nylon tubing and push connectors
Headliner and Overhead console professionally recovered
Timing belt
Valve Job/Valve Guides
Head Gasket (as well as every other top end gasket)

The good:
Starts right up, decent up on gas, cheap insurance, comfortable, inexpensive parts/service, interior is in perfect condition, car runs like a top and I don’t hesitate to drive anywhere or any distance.

The bad:
Chips and scratches on paint job were poorly touched up by my great uncle years ago.
The tabs that retain one of the center caps are broke. Needs a new spring steel clip bent up and riveted on, still have original cap.

Large photo album: http://s1265.photobucket.com/albums/jj514/86newyorker/

Email me: 86newyorker@gmail.com
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    Mechanical Engineering, 2009
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