The most reliable car I ever had! Made 4 cross-country trips, 9,000 miles each and never let me down. Looks just as good now as the 1st day I bought it! Keeps up with the new imports and leaves the Mustangs in the dust too. Starts in all weather conditions, 120 degrees and 30 below. Very aero-dynamic.
Body style is sleek. Xtremely reliable!
Install oxygen masks which would deploy upon hitting a certain speed. Your passengers will thank you.
this unit is super quick, fast and
strong. remember, a poor or moderate
comfort quality rating is a desirable
quality in a performance car. the
1990-'92 350 f-body may be the best of
all four generations. it produces
340/345 lb/ft of tourqe in standard
factory option slp for the 1990-'92 305
and 350 engines adds 50 hp, 50 lb/ft of
torque, and improves 1/4 mile time by
one second! yes, the '90-'92 f-body may
be the best performer and just maybe the
best looking, too. :)
since every creature comfort option adds
wieght, and since this is a performance
car, the driver air bag would better be
left out. a larger gas tank would be
Its a nice car unless you live in the
north. Park it during the winter
because these beasts don't move in
snow. They have good power and are
very fun to drive but they don't get
the highway mileage as some of the
smaller cars. (mine gets about 15 city
and 20 highway) They're a nice toy for
summer but unless you have a team of
guys in the trunk with shovels and
sand you aren't going anywhere in the
definitely the overall body shape and
The pop-up headlight motors have to be
replaced every couple years, they
should be built to last longer. Along
with rear posi, a turbocharger would
be nice for the V6s to provide that
extra touch of power.
Even at over 150,000 miles, this car
still is reliable and fun to drive. If
you're looking for an incredibly good
value in a used car, look no further.
The only cons are the dated styling
and the standard sports car problem --
small back seats. But let me say that
this car can transport a LOT of stuff
when you put down the rear seats -- more
than probably 80% of other cars. Skis
and snowboards, christmas trees, and all
the groceries for a large house party
were transported in this surprisingly
Torque -- low end torque makes car jump
from stop, and hover at 2000 RPM when
going 70. Cargo space. Great price for
a solid car.
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