Total brake system overhaul.
Seat was ripping apart somewhere along the way without substantial abuse.
Passenger door seal fell into car when entering 85% of the time.
Dash opening does not allow installation of an aftermarket radio.
Once mice and rats are in, they don't come out, even with poison, heat, cold, or the ultrasonic infomercial device.
I tore the poop out of this car, and also did just about everything I could to destroy it. VERY solid car considering it was made after the last real car with a frame came out in the 80's.
I did burnouts, hit things, jumped curbs, and shifted from reverse to drive and back countless times without stopping. Even when a friend grabbed the radio controls on the highway, and I slapped his hand, which accidentally pushed the shifter to "R", after pulling over and cranking the starter, everything worked again perfectly.
Nice and roomy, makes for a great and comfortable riding experience.
Not made for mudding, but will manage dirt roads with the greatest of ease. It has been airborne too many times... well once is too many, but it still goes.
This is the last American durable, reliable, all-around average (which makes it great) car for a teenager. 210k and on its last legs. Would have made it to 300k if I hadn't driven it like NASCAR and off-roading combined.