I bought this car 5 years ago and it
never let me down(well once, the gear
would not shift, took us $20 to repair
the brake connection). the A/C lost
most of its coolness during last
summer. but I guess it happens for a
lot of old cars. Every time you go to
the car, with 7 inches of snow or not,
you know it is going to start and carry
u. It is also not hard to sell. 5 year
of ownership, total cost is $250 for
brakes, some $ for oid change and $40
for battery and $20 for brake
connection. Not bad for a 10+ year old
car at least by my standards.
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