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Ken,
That is totally up to you and your comfort level. IF the purchase price is reasonable (you can find plenty of pricing by online searches) and you like the vehicle, then take it to the next step. Since you are not mechanically inclined, take a mechanic with you who can inspect the car bumper to bumper and point out any inconsistencies or potential mechanical issues.
I hope this helps!



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Chevrolet Toys | Answered on Feb 09, 2018


The horn is negative ground operated. When U push the button it makes a ground and honks. If you don't have it installed the wire is touching metal that's why it honks.
When the horn is pushed it completes the circuit. As to reassembly Very hard to explain so I suggest you get a pic on line from repair manual try Auto Zone site free. You can use the book from mid 60's thru early 70's for Chevy, buick, olds, pontiac or cady gmc truck The horns are all basically the same,
Mike

Chevrolet Wcpd... | Answered on Nov 22, 2017


This vehicle year doesn't have/use a heater control valve. What is the problem with the heater?

Chevrolet 1999... | Answered on Nov 03, 2016


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Chevrolet 1970... | Answered on Apr 08, 2015


You need a diagnostic scan to see what the code is. Might be a simple resets

Chevrolet 1999... | Answered on Mar 03, 2015


ALTENATOR IS NOT WORKING ,MAKE A TEST START THE CAR WIHT A NEW BATERRY ,TAKE THE POLE .ANY POLE OUT IF THE CAR GOS OUT THE ALTERNATOR IS NOT CHARGING

Chevrolet 1999... | Answered on Feb 27, 2015


Probably the ABS sensor(s) were damaged during the ball joint replacement.

Chevrolet Chevy... | Answered on Feb 27, 2015


Remove the to bolts to the starter and the nuts holding the wires on.

Chevrolet 1966... | Answered on Feb 22, 2015


you need more lead in your fuel ! that's probably because it`s an old car it ran on much richer fuel than the unleaded that we have today ! if you want ....,turn the key off while its in drive , and it'll go right off , and then put it in park.... that way you'll save the clang and you can also purchase trick fuel ! i have a 64 Dodge Dart , i had same problem at one time . Phillip 76 stations carry trick fuel.

Chevrolet 1955... | Answered on Jan 15, 2015


The heater core is located behind the passenger side dash and the dash must be taken out in order to reach it. The rest is easy.

Chevrolet Chevy... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015


Does it make a difference whether the engine is cold or hot? Can make a difference in diagnosis.

Chevrolet N... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015


This is in the wrong forum area.

Chevrolet 118... | Answered on Dec 30, 2014


The resister in the new key must match the resistance originally set in the car. Take your original key to an auto-locksmith and have them read the resistance pellet in the key and use a blank with the same resistance to cut a copy of your new key. Even in 1992 the vehicle anti-theft system prevents people from using keys that turn the swiitch and not matching the resistance.

Chevrolet Amt... | Answered on Oct 14, 2014

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