Howdy all, cosgig here!! Up for sale or trade today is a 1978 Dodge Colt that I just received from a longtime friend. He has owned this car for many years, and has recently been through a very rough time losing his grandson, and needed some money for funeral expenses, so he offered to sell me the car. I don't need it, and so I would like to trade it to someone who wants it and would like to do something with it. Heres some details... This car is a running and driving vehicle, and the motor runs like a top. The odometer shows a little over 21,000 miles, but I have to assume that it has rolled over once. The body on the car is pretty good, but there is also rust here and there in places. The interior is pretty nice, but the driver seat is a little tattered and fixed with duct tape on the bun. The trunk is clean, and all the trim and stuff is in decent condition. The car is not without it's flaws though. Most importantly, the front subframe on the drivers side is rusty near the trans crossmember mount, and should be gusseted or layed over with some reinforcement before bombing down any dusty backroads. The master cylinder also needs replacing, and as of now the carb needs adjusting as it runs flawlessly when cold, but when the choke butterfly opens when it's warm, the car runs rough and likes to stall!! There is some rust on the passenger inner fender in the front, and some on the lower fender extension on the drivers side also, and in spots around the rest of the car. All in all, this is a pretty clean little car, and with just a little work could be put into daily service. My buddy was driving it to shows and around town until the M/C started to go back in September. It has a clean Michigan title and is ready to find a new home!! I am looking to trade it for something Mopar, not interested in much else!! I am also willing to sell the car for $800.00 straight out, no negociations. I will be splitting the money with Bill to give him something extra for his expenses!! It is located in Michigan, near Ann Arbor if you'd like to come see it. As usual, message with any questions, inquiries, or requests for additional pics. Thanks for looking, and enjoy!! Geof Oh, don't mind the date on the pics, they are from yesterday!! Thats what you get when you let the 8 year old take the camera on his field trip, and "adjust" the settings!!