1995 Hyundai Scoupe LS 1.5L
Where to start? I bought my car for $1800. E-tested/certified at the beginning. All was good, then came the bodywork as it needed it; RUSTY SPOTS EVERYWHERE...
The car was badly damaged on the driver's side. Myself and my father fiberglassed the damaged area, and made it look new :)
New gas tank in the 1st year of owning it. Tiniest little pin hole was leaking. And a bumper; some person rear ended me :(
Within the last year I have replaced the fuel pump (original 95 pump), a gas pump thing that puts the gas in the motor from the gas tank, exhaust pipe (original), starter, alternator, shocks, struts and ball joints. I basically have a BRAND new 1995 Hyundai in 2013.
Just this last week my cooling fan stopped working. The car overheated 2 times in 1 day :( Being looked into to get it up and running again.
As for numbers, I don't recall any mileages for any repairs, but all I know is it works, it drives, and that's what matters :)
I love my car. I'm happy to be a DRIVER!
I just got my license 2 years ago, and learned a lot on how to fix and do whatever to a car that I had no clue how to do before.
I am a girl, and I basically remodeled my car on the outside; fiberglassed rusted spots, sanded, bondo'd, sanded and repainted the car to the colour it originally was (white), just no glossy finish. All done with my own 2 hands. My father supervised my progress :)
I have to say I am glad (more than glad, ecstatic) that I bought the car, and I love my car. The 2013 "PEPSI MOBILE" I call it, as it has a Original Pepsi logo on the hood. My nickname with a logo on either side "PEPSI GIRL" on the upper part of the rear window and PEPSI REP "unofficially of course" on the bumper, and an E-Plate that reads, while the brakes are on "Don't Drink and Drive and if you do Drink Pepsi!!!! M.A.D.D."
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 9th August, 2013
Is that your 1995 Scoupe on cardomain.com? What's with the Pepsi addiction?
Anyways, I am happy that you enjoy driving, oppose drunk driving, and that you have used your mechanical interests to keep a Scoupe on the road. There aren't many left of these neat little cars.