Radio didn't work, replaced for 50$
Hood wouldn't open, a good spray with some WD40 fixed that.
Rear passenger side window regulator is bad, haven't fixed yet though.
A/c needs to be recharged.
Passenger seat wouldn't go forward, found a penny stuck in the track, removed and works fine.
Dash lights quit working, haven't figured out problem yet, I've checked fuses and found none blown. I guess next I'll have to make sure the wire didn't come loose.
Needed front tires bought used, but almost new condition for 25$ each.
Had to replace battery as the old one wouldn't hold a charge. 50$ to replace.
Badly in need of a paint job although there is very little rust for an original Minnesota car.
Replaced drivers door as the old one was dented by the prior owner, 50$
Replaced trunk lid due to rust above the trim on the passenger side, 75$
Parking brake sticks, but a hammer easily fixes that though if someone accidentally puts it on.
Big comfortable car with lots of room for passengers and cargo.
Huge trunk, I fit my tools, full size spare tire, spare parts, paint cans and other assorted items, as well as my grandmothers wheel chair and still manage to have room in the trunk.
Seats are like sitting on a couch and there is more than enough leg room, although the rear seat belts could be a little longer.
Engine still runs like a top and only has 48K miles, and the transmission shifts great even going up some of the big hills here where I live.
One thing I do not like about this car is the fact is has two drain plugs for the oil.
Fairly good on gas - I get about 22 on the highway and about 19 in town give or take.
Suspension is a little bouncy, but I tend to like it because the car basically floats over the bumps. Even those big speed bumps in parking lots.
Overall I'd have to say it's the best 200$ I've ever spen, and I'd buy another one in a heart beat.