1993 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Coupe International 2dr Coupe
I've owned a good number of cars and by a large margin this is one of the best so far (only better was the Audi). Bought in 2000 with 40,000 miles on it, my odometer just turned over 110,000 miles (as of 8/2010) and I've had few issues short of cosmetic stuff (dash warp, minor rust, etc.) Basic parts are cheap and easy to find. Design is very solid, maybe a bit too sparse on the interior, for some people. Even with the full options package it doesn't look as fancy as the other Olds models. The ride, however, is through and through a Cutlass Supreme. Nice gliding feel like a heavier car but handles sportier than previous years. This is one car that I will drive until the wheels fall off.
Perky 3.4L DOHC V-6; that can be modified to use the supercharger off a mid-90's Buick Regal (pictures on request). Full options package on the Int'l Series is like driving a Cadillac. Trunk space is huge for this type of car. (5'x 5'x 3') Imitation Shaved door handles! (pain to replace)
The only grief I have is the huge V-6 is jammed into a space made for a 4 cyl. making for some banged knuckles. Rear wheel drive would have made this a real sports car. At 100k miles the timing belts MUST be replaced ($1500 and has to be done at the dealership or the engine could lock up, DOHC only)