Why can't the USA still build cars like this?
Looks classic and aggressive, has gobs of power, and has enough sheetmetal to allow several Camrys and Accords to bounce off the doors and fenders without disturbing the passengers.
Very reliable for its ancient age, and comfortable. Has room for 5 AMERICAN, or 8 Japanese adults. (one of the rare mid 70's GM cars with a floor shift console).
Loves to drink that gas, burns maybe a half-pint of oil every 3000 miles, if that. Last year before GM installed the god-awful catalytic converters on all its engines.
I don't drive this barge in winter, for fear that the road salt will have a buffet on my paint and sheetmetal.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 8th March, 2001