After 10 yrs and 120k miles of fun, I'm
about to sell my 1990 G60. It's been
an engaging car and selling it was a
tough decision, but it's getting old
enough that I need to replace it with
something more reliable (a MINI Cooper
S is one of the few worthy cars on the
market). The Corrado has a classic
design that still looks current. Still
looks great inside and out and is very
well made overall. Some items needed
repeated replacement (steering rack)
while others are still original
(clutch, rear shocks) after 140k
miles. Had more trouble in the first 2
yrs, but later attributed most of that
pain to an service from an
Classic good looks, acceleration,
handling, supple feel of the leather
wheel and shifter, seats, rarity.
Improve reliability of the sunroof and
I'll take a cup holder (just one).
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