I have a 1991 chevy lumina euro with 136,000 and I am repairing anything it needs. I think this will be my last car I bought it new in 1991 when I was 42 years old and now I am retired and 62. I am never going to get another car I will keep this till I die.
I bought my car off a neighbor of mine who wanted to by a pickup and needed a little extra than what the dealer wanted to give for a trade in. I thought the car had a lot of miles on it. I knew the owner had taken very good care of the car. I have never had any trouble with it and it now has over 207000 miles on the original odometer. My Lumina was well worth the purchace.
I just bought my 1991 Chevy Lumina
Eurosport w/ TURBO, its a nice ride
with excellent gas mileage. I just put
new brakes and rotors on it and thats
all it needed. The brakes arent as
touchy as I am used to but oh well,
Other than that it rides great, killer
pick up and excellent gas mileage.
I bought this car 3 years ago and have
had several problems. First, the rear
brakes have had to be fixed numerous
times, and still aren't right. But
that's common for this car. I had to
replace radiator when power steering
pump blew up. It had a coolant system
leak twice, had to replace intake
manifold, and replace fuel pump and
lines all in 3 years. But handles
great with the 3.1L, has great
visibility, and the AC and heating
systems are the best I've ever
experienced. AC will freeze you to
death in 2 minutes!