223000 miles and still runs like a
watch. For the past year I've been
neglecting it, hoping that I'll be able
to replace her. I bored after 200K
plus and want a new toy, I just can't
justify spending the $$ when my old one
still works well.
turn the key and she runs every time.
4 tune ups, 1 suspension rebuild, 5
sets front brakes 2 sets rear brakes, 1
water pump, 1 heater core, 74 oil
changes, 1 transmission (205K miles)2
sets pedal pads
A little better torque curve, reinforce
the upholstery at wear areas(seat belt
rubbed through)washer jug that holds 1+
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