My son bought this car last year as his first "muscle car", and pretty much as a "collectors car" so to speak. When he bought it, it had 28,000+ on it, now it only has in the high 29,000. Not bad for a 22 year old. Of course, he's in the Navy and it's now sitting in my garage. Everything is original including the tires! The EGR needs to be replaced, but that's it. The body paint is fantastic still, with two minor little, but deep scratches. I think he looks better driving it than his 50 year old dad, but i don't tell him that. Unfortunately, we're going to have to sell it as he has a nice vehicle with him, and it doesn't make sense having this one just sit until he gets out someday
Great Stereo, a whole lot of power. I'm 6'4", and can drive in comfort. A little hard for this old guy to get out, but i slide right in. Seats hug you.
The car seems to be really squirrely on anything but a perfect road. Of course, with the original tires, we may just have needed to replace them. Other than that, no issues at 29,000 miles
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