1982 Chevrolet Citation CL 2.5L I-4 from North America
1,000 MILES, a perfect car!
Absolutely nothing yet.
I bought this car form the original owner who put the car in his garage on august 13th 1982. He has started it up once a week and gone around the block a few times.
He sold it to me for 4,000$. That sounds like a whole lot for a citation, but believe me this is most likely the NICEST 1982 Chevy Citation around.
I've always wanted a Citation and I bought this, I don't drive it much because it is truly a classic, but I love this car, it still looks, and smells like it just rolled off the line.
The car has absolutely no oil on the block, and not one little tiny bit of rust on the body, underbody, or anywhere else for the matter.
This car is quite powerful for a 4 cylinder, although its almost new still.
This old ride shines like a new penny I will always keep it the way it looks, and always drive my monza with the same 2.5 in the winter.
What an immaculate car!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 13th November, 2003
19th Nov 2003, 22:09
I got a citation with only 25,000 miles. It also has the 2.5L 4 cylinder. They are VERY good engines with good transmissions also. Mine is also a 1982 and has an auto tranny. However it is in rough shape. The interior is cracked and falling apart. The exterior is in perfect condition. The engine is dirty and desperately needs a tune up. It has sat outside all of those 21 years. It hasn't seen the inside of a garage once. Plus I live in Canada with nasty winters! Hopefully the rest of the car will stay together around the engine and transmission lol.