Quirky but rewarding, and seats you + 3 friends, kids, dogs
The car did not have any significant problem while in my care.
Inherited a leaky steering rack. Repaired by replacing a gasket at a cost of $50.
In order to run consistently well, the carburetors required frequent adjustment and synchronization, but not unreasonable intervals among its contemporaries.
With its 350hp engine, the car was very quick for a 2+2, especially going straight.
Exhaust sound was terrific.
The interior was a bit of a hodge-podge, and included a few crude touches, such as box-like plywood center console, but the cabin was still a relatively nice place to be.
Lovely black crinkle-finished V-12 is still worth staring at after 35 years.
Luggage space was surprisingly roomy.
Love or hate the unusual exterior styling, the car turned heads like few others.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 16th July, 2009