The car is expensive to maintain, but
then again, the '95s are now 9 years
old. With well over 100,000 miles,
the only major problems I've had are
the starters going out. I'm on my
third one. I'll be looking to replace
the show in a year or two, and will be
sad to see it go. I'll most likely be
moving towards the up and coming
imports that are looking good these
days. Thank goodness they still put
stick shifts in their mid-size cars.
I love the styling. It's 9 years old
and stands out from the newer cars
that have similar performance.
The SHO is great with Eibach springs
and Tokico struts. They make the car
handle like it's on rails. And the
SHO Shop Y-pipe and Dynomax cat-back
exhaust is the best investment as it
gives a nice sound to the SHO.
Ford needs to get some guts back and
put something out there to compete
with Acura and Infinity. The Lincoln
LS is just to expensive, even compared
with the new Acura TL. Use that
platform, and build something that
offers the imports some real
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