I bought this car with 214ks on it.
Obviously the car wasn't well
maintained towards the end, because it
needed some routine work (brakes,
alternator, cv shafts), but otherwise
the car was extremely reliable, good
on gas and had some kick. Over the
year and a half that I owned it, I put
roughly 30,000ks on the original
engine and tranny (tough to tell since
the odo was broken for awhile). I'm
laughing now, because just when the
tranny was about to totally pack it in
at 245000 clicks, i traded it straight
across for a 92 fifth ave with 185,000
ks. It's not the most comfortable car
in the world, but it ran great and was
a total looker car.
Power, turning radius.
could use better cv shafts, and
certainly the seats weren't exactly
high quality for bucket.
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