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I bought a used 1991 ford lx wagon from the first owner with about 350 k on it for $400. I drove it for a year and it started burning oil so I replaced the head with a re-worked head + water pump and timing belt while I had it apart. I drove it for 3 more years with little problems finally the auto transaxle took a dump and the drivers side latter link mount in the back rusted away and I junked it for $100. When the tow truck came to get it and I signed over the tittle it had 482 k on it and the motor still started up and ran good. Those escorts are good runners as long as they are driven easy and you do a every 3 month oil change.Report it
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