The V6 LX 1991 was a good find. The
depreciation of the value made it more
worthwhile to look at. I don't think you
can get a car at this price and the kind
of performance it still offers. 18/20
MPG in city driving is quite economical.
I had only some heating problem due to
some radiator damage. Can't blame Ford
for anything. Keep in mind though, the
Automatic might not last beyond 130K.
Factor in that cost and you are set for
a 200 K V6 car that still looks great.
I bought this car new in 1991 for
$11,200.00. It has has $2,000 in work.
1 The A/C converted to R-134 and the 5-
Speed rebuilt @ 157,000mi.
This car has always started and here
in FL the A/C is ICE cold. Talk about
your moneys worth. Get this, it never
burns a drop of oil!
My advice to ANYONE who will listen is
CHANGE YOUR OIL every 3K no matter
what. I can not stress this enough.
You keep the heart going, the rest
I am the original owner. I have a V6 Automatic that just turned 205,000 miles. Transmission & engine never taken a part. Not even a valve cover gasket!! This car has never stranded me, still starts better than my 2005 Honda Accord! Fun to drive with great visability.
I've had this car for almost 2 years
now. A friend of mine owned it since
new and that's a car you can count on.
I just can't believe how devaluated it
is. Too bad they don't make them
anymore, 'cause I'd probably buy
another (newer, of course)