Well where do I start? The car was bought for me for my 19th birthday, and I loved it. For about a week and a half because that's when the starter quit.
Four months later I got it fixed, and then another 2 weeks after that, the fuel lines burst in the parking lot of the liquor store. I had all of the fuel lines, filter, pump and tank replaced.
It worked well after that for about a month and then it started turning off by itself. That was a mystery for a while until we figured out that it was the computer that had broke. I replaced that for a good price. My dad was lucky enough to find a computer at the junk yard for $25.
It has a brand new transmission in it that is a year old, but the latest thing to go wrong with it has been the worst thing.
In April, I got into an accident that almost wrote it off, but for some strange reason I did everything in my power to save it. A month ago the head blew. I got that fixed and the bottom end bearing went the day after I got it back. So I got the bottom end fixed and two days ago the bottom end broke again. I think that Satan owned the car before me. You may be thinking that this is too much to happen to one person, but it's all true. It sucks!! I added up all the money I've spent on it and the amount is disgusting. $3000. I could've had a new car by now.
Don't let this happen to you.
Believe it or not there are some pros to having a Sunbird. They are nice looking cars. Mine does not have a spot of rust on it. White, 2 door, tinted windows, spoiler, removable sunroof, and convertible headlights. It's a sweet car (to look at).
The Turbo Sunbird are very fast as well. Let's just say that I've won my share of races!! Comfy seats, but it rides a bit rough. All in all, it's been fun, but I'd never do it again. By the way- it's FOR SALE!!