Huge inside and out, strong, and INDESTRUCTIBLE
The "usual" stuff that would be wrong with a car from '73 that you bought in '94.
- Carb problems.
- Tear in rear seat when purchased.
- ALL mirrors broken when purchased.
- Rear seatbelt would lock at the slightest jerk/pull.
- Muffler lost on our rural driveway.
- Due to muffle loss, THAT SUCKER WAS LOUD AS SH.
My dad bought it when I was 14 for a birthday present for my mom. (He traded our LTD Station Wagon, THANK GOD) So bonus points for being a birthday gift.
No sheet metal, just unholy adimantium forged on the sun.
Due to it's weight and size and what a paramedic called it, we dubbed it the "War Wagon". So we were sitting in this giant contraption that would make the Ford Excursion crap itself, and all of the sudden some dude in a lowered, riced out Civic comes at us at about 30 when we in the middle of an intersection (our light was green, his was not) and he slammed into the rear right section of our truck area, we ended up spinning out and the the Civic dude crawls out of his new industrial-sized paper-weight, and yells that he's going to call the cops. So about 15 minutes later, the police and paramedics arrive (turns out the Civic-guy broke his left knee and shoulder). They say they have to check each of us out (just to be sure or something), and after verifying that me and my dad were fine, we over heard the paramedic say to his co-medic that " They're lucky they were in that godda**** War-Wagon or they'd gotten F***** up!", so after laughing so much that our lungs started to hurt, we from then referred to it as the "War Wagon".
The huge Civic-shaped dent was easily banged out with a sledgehammer.
The trunk was big enough to store B-17 bombers during peace-time.
The engine bay doubled as a bedroom, even with the 351W in there.
The 351 Windsor in that sucker could tear the brass coloring off of a sheet of copper.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 22nd May, 2009