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I bought mine in 05 with 27K miles. Now 60K. Transmission shot and am putting in a new one, cost about $3000. Had clutch replaced a year ago. At 80 years, the exercise I get shifting and clutch use is great. I love this car for driving in Vermont's hilly and curvy roads. Never lend this car to anyone. They can wreck a new clutch in 10 minutes. latchisReport it
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