1983 Chrysler Fifth Avenue 5.2 V8 from North America
A beast of a luxury sedan
Bought the car for $200.
It was already inspected, paint and body were mint.
Interior was fair. Most comfortable seats I've ever sat in.
It had plenty of power, decent acceleration.
Smoothest ride I've ever had, felt like you were floating.
All the luxuries, electric everything.
Sold it to the scrap yard for $400 two years later. I didn't put a penny into it, the thing ran excellent up until the day they crushed it.
I regret selling it.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 29th January, 2014
30th Jan 2014, 15:02
What a shame.
30th Jan 2014, 17:27
What a review.
I believe every word of it.
30th Jan 2014, 22:27
Only paid $200??
16th Jul 2015, 07:57
You only put 10,000 miles on it in two years and then had it crushed. Sad indeed.
24th Oct 2020, 00:13
Let me get this straight...
You bought the car for $200, it came inspected, the paint and body were mint(!), it had the most comfortable seats you've ever sat in, had the smoothest ride you've ever had in a car, had plenty of power and decent acceleration, it ran excellent until the last day you had it, you owned it for two years and didn't need to put a penny into it... yet despite only paying $200 for it you had it crushed??? Why? From everything you mentioned in your review it was like the perfect car with tons of life left in it. To find a car that cheap and reliable is literally as rare as hitting the lottery. You should have sold it to someone who actually cared about it. Crushing that car was criminal. What an absolute shame.
24th Oct 2020, 14:21
Sold it for twice what it was bought for, and it had high mileage and was close to the end. Seems reasonable to cash out before anything went wrong with it.
24th Oct 2020, 23:40
So... you actually believed the review?
Would you be interested in buying a bridge?
26th Oct 2020, 13:23
Maybe not worth the insurance cost. Or in the way for newer car.