I just got this car, and I love it! I needed a car to have fun with since my 1962 Bel Air wagon was destroyed by a drunk kid in a stolen truck last year. I saw it in a gas station with a for sale sign in it, went and asked about it, took it for a test drive, and wrote a check. It isn't what I expected to get, but I'm glad I got it! I still want to replace my wagon, but it isn't as urgent any more.
Ive owned my car for allmost 5 years i really havent done much to it becuase at least once every other month something happens like a deer runing out in front of it or just about anything but i do have to say it has had a lot of bad luck but she all ways comes out ok. right now im in the process of fixing it up if anybody has any good ideas hit me up.
350 V8 and a 5speed. I haven't timed it yet, but it's a lot faster than the wagon was!!!!!
1,799 cc 1.8 liters in-line 4 front engine with 81 mm bore, 87.3 mm stroke, 10.5 compression ratio, overhead cam, variable valve timing/camshaft and four valves per cylinder
(mpg): 38 and EPA city (mpg): 30
yMulti-point injection fuel system
13.2 gallon main unleaded fuel tank
Power: 104 kW , 165 HP SAE @ 6,300 rpm; 128 ft lb , 174 Nm @ 4,300 rpm
I don't know what was standard and what was optional, but it's got just about everything except a CD player. That will change soon.
power windows and locks
6 cd indash
Still finding out what it has. I know it has a K&N intake and Flowmasters.
18" rims with yokohama tires
k&n cold air intake
4-2-1 one piece race dc sports headers
APEXi N1 Exhaust System
10" rockford fosgate p2 punch in vented box
and a 1000 watt amp
and a led light kit in the whole car
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