Head gasket @ 80,000 miles.
Head gasket again @ 147,000 miles.
Body rot : drivers door, passenger rocker panel.
Fuel pump @ 147,000 miles.
Shocks, springs, inner & outer tie rods, upper & lower control arms, sway bar end links & bushings, master cylinder, calipers, rotors, brake hoses & hard lines to rear, pass side rear wheel bearing @ 115,000 miles.
Ignition coil @ 135,000 miles.
A/c failed @ 60,000 miles.
I had a lot of fun driving this car hard for the last 18 years.
It never left me stranded by the side of the road, and never failed to start.
It was very roomy with loads of front leg room.
It was nicely designed, well made and easy to work on.
It was very reasonably priced.
Body rot ultimately made it not worth repairing.
The parking brake adjusts the rear drums, use it or the rear brakes stop working, transferring the load to the front, causing the rotors to warp.
The 3.8L V6 has a head gasket problem, I would not recommend this engine, get the V8.
Heating & cooling and braking systems weak.
The alternator, water pump, radiator and exhaust were original (!)