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It's been about 2 1/2 years since I left this comment so this is an update. The car is still running great without any major problems. The tinting is bubbling and there's little rust spots coming up on it here and there and the battery cables need replaced. I'm still not going to trade it off though but I am buying another car. This car is staying in the family though. I'm giving it to my son who delivers pizza!(to finish it off). He's very excited and he knows he has to keep the oil changed. The boots on the cv joints we replaced about 6 years ago are starting to crack again so he knows he'll have to replace those again and get new battery cables but other than that, this dependable little darling is officially now a family heirloom. I can still take it out of town and it runs on the highway just as well as ever. The performance of this car has always impressed me. It's going to be hard to get used to a new car but if I ever want to buy an older used car for one of my family members this is the vehicle I will buy. Oh yeah, the volume control knob on the radio is stripped and the roof lining is starting to come unglued over the rear window.Report it
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