overall a reliable car for being its
age. the size is a little unsettling-
it is often referred to as "space
peanut" or "death trap". parts are
expensive since it isnt a common car
and all the parts you will find are
after-market. the muffler alone cost
one of the best parts about the 323 is
the large "hazard" button in the middle
of the dash which, at night, luminates.
it needs a lot more power and must be
built with safer metal...the car wash
puts a temporary 3" deep dent in the
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