Classy, pure and simple
First when I bought the car, I had to replace the drivers side air spring. Soon after, all of the rest and the air compressor assembly as well, brake pads, 2 serpentine belts, factory speakers, spark plug wires, water pump, fuel pump,spark plugs, and passenger side window gear.
After 9 years of ownership, I have re-upholstered the 8 way power seats.
Smacked a curb so the original BB wheels had to be replaced with LSC ones, due to there not being many scrap 7's here.
When I first saw this car, it was love at first sight.
The paint was absolutely flawless. Upon closer examination it had everything a guy could want, except, the seats had wood bead covers to hide the damaged passenger and drivers front upholstery. Looked like it had never been cared for since new. When I popped the hood I was astounded to see a jewel; the 5.0 Ford HO.
I was sold. I figured I'd better take it for a test drive anyways though.
The test drive was awesome. Right away I knew it was the nicest car I had ever driven. When I took off, I wondered why the owner didn't want to come. It was because he knew there was a leak.
When I pulled back up the car was making a hissing noise and I noticed the front start to sink. I told him 2,300 and he had agreed to lower his price. Ha ha sucker is what we were both thinking.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 11th May, 2009