We bought this car when it already
over 10 years old and about to crest
150K miles. So far we've replaced the
front tires, the negative battery
lead, and a headlight bulb. It has
incredible pickup and a good, stiff
suspension. Body and panels are still
tight and well maintained. Last owner
obviously took care of it. If you
bought a used car that already had
damage to it, do you think it will
somehow be all better because you own
it now? It still has years of abuse,
so don't judge it on how the last
owner did not maintain it well.
Powerful engine (for its size/weight),
decent MPG for a V6, nice sound system.
Tilt steering wheel and adjustable
seat height ovbiously made with
shorter people in mind (I'm 6'3")
Paint starting to wear through, we can
see the machining marks under the base
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