Here's my good ole beater. This car has served me well. Had for over a year, paid 500 bucks, money well spent... Daily driver.
I bought this car in September 2007 for $900 ($1,200 asking price). The main selling point was the (3800) engine. It has approximately 187,500miles on it and some "Michigan Rust" forming along the bottom. It's really light weight for such a large engine.
2.0 Si model
I've never actually had any tests yet, but I can give you Wikipedia's Specs. on my car.
Layout FF layout
Engine 3.8 L Buick V6
Transmission 4-speed 4T60-E automatic
Wheelbase 107.5 in (2731 mm)
Length 193.7 in (4920 mm)
Width 72.5 in (1842 mm)
Height 54.5 in (1384 mm)
Fuel capacity 17.1 US gallons (64.7 L/14.2 imp gal)
205 hp (153 kW)
230 ft·lbf (312 N·m)
Power Sunroof, Power windows, cruise control (removed), Si trim, Automatic, Rear defrost, good for its day.
Dual Air Bags
Dual Climate Control
Power Drivers Seat
nothing special. . .
2" catback, short ram intake, Pacesetter header, 17" Privat Zwanzigs, kumho escta supra 712s (205-40-17s), Glow gauges, nothing much else planned.
Two 10" MTX Subs Powered by a 500 Watt AMP
Two 15" (forgot brand) Subs Powered by a 1000 Watt AMP
Under body Neons
Neon License Plate Frame
Xenon Blue Headlamps
LCD in passengers visor
Panasonic Stereo unit
Glow Gas and Brake Pedals
Retained Accessory Power (or something)(the thing that keeps the radio on until you open a door)
800 Watt Power Inverter
Moved Trunk Release Button from glove box to the left of steering wheel
Chrome Muffler Tips
Just the cheap stuff. . . but at least I do all of my modifications myself instead of paying someone else to do them for me.
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