Absolutely! If it's in any decent shape at all, it's well worth
keeping on the road. I have an '88. I'm selling it only because I've
run out of room in my driveway, having recently acquired a 1998 Z34. I
have had my Daytona for 9 years now. The words I would use to
describe it START with RELIABLE.
Hello, thanks for the help. It turned out to be the starter. When I
was in the garage where it was quiet, I could hear the click.
Solenoid. I ended up replacing the whole starter with a rebuilt one.
It was 159.99 cnd. The new one was 199.00 cdn. It took me forever to
get it, I think about 3 1/2 hours to get it out and at least the same
to replace it. Thats probably why when I got the old starter out, it
did'nt have a heat shield on it. What happened to Dan C ? why is he so
bitter ? I remenber him helping me a few times in the past. Well over
all it is cheaper to run the older car. I can honestly say that the
car is cheaper than a car payment at the end of the month and that
payment is quarenteed to be there at the end of the month, regardless
if I drive the car or not. I would like a new car just can't afford
one. Thanks again, for the help. Daryll
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