25th Jul 2013, 08:01

I had one of these. Ultimate salesman car with a great ride for long distances. Ran fantastic and large trunk to carry products. Gas was cheap then. I also liked our Crown Vics later, driving up to 200 miles daily. Very reliable cars like these were a must, and were our office on wheels.

26th Jul 2013, 12:22

Brought the car to my garage today and got the stalling fixed. Turns out a rubber gasket in the accelerator pump was worn out. A $15 dollar part and $20 of labor. I love how cheap and easy these old cars are to fix! No computers or sensors or overcomplicated systems.

I agree these cars are great on the highway. I have also owned 80's Caprices and Crown Victorias, and they are some of the finest cars ever made.

Same luxury and comfort as a Town Car or Cadillac for less money.

Made in Detroit with a V-8 under the hood and RWD is the only way to go!