1989 Eagle Premier LX 3.0 V6 from North America
I found me some 80's Gold Boyz
Rear brake cylinders are blown.
Driver's headlight needs replacement.
Absolutely love this car, from its old school styling to its comfy burgundy interior.
This car is great. I went to buy an El Camino for a hobby car, saw this in the guy's back yard, and got it for $400 with 41,000 miles.
Fuse box is not labeled. I hate that, and that's about the only negative thing I have with the car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 18th May, 2012
The unlabeled fuse box will soon be the least of your problems with this car.
Ever stop to wonder why a 23 year old car only accumulated 41K miles?
41,000 miles because he had a stroke in 92. I am going back for the El Camino next week!! Anyways, a car like the Premier is super easy to repair anything, and even easier to maintain.
I think you're about to learn a lesson the hard way.
These were bad cars new, and they don't get better with age.