I bought this car as a commuter to offset gas prices with driving down to south GA from TN about two times a month. I found it with very few miles on it for the year and in near mint condition. It has been a very reliable car and very cheap to maintain. It worked great on the interstate except the headlights blinding you from behind as the car rids very low and there are so many behemoths on the road nowadays. The car passes with ease even when doing 75 MPH which is good to have on the interstate. Placement of accessories are comferatable. Also a very ood looking car. I have no doubt that when I go to sell it, it will go quickly
Of course the top. Great handling, I live near the Smokey’s and there are many sharp curves around here and it does great on them. Trunk space is reminiscent of a old school Cadillac. Cheap maintenance
When moving my leg up against the door, the door seems to cut into my leg with the edge of the power window control panel. This stinks on long trips when you want to move your legs to a different position. Being blinded from car headlights. I would also like to be able to lock the glove box.
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