You've gotta be joking...
My first car was a '79 T-bird (Heritage edition), with a 5.8l 351w. I agree
it had some power, but I would have had to put around 1,000$ in repairs (in
1988) to keep it. Everything would break or jam.
I scrapped it and got myself a '79 Celica GT Coupe (not the hatchback
version) for 600$ canadian
It was fat, peppy, I used to lose 'stangs in curves, I might have put around
400$ on it in a year (when I broke the tranny, it cost me 300$).
Fixing the import was easy, fast and cheap. (doing front brakes on it was so
easy, it took longer to jack the car up and remove the wheel than replacing
the disc and both pads)
(besides, the pads on my Celica were cheaper than those on my domestic
Actually, as I think about it, my *best*
car, the toughest one was made in
France. a Renault 5.
That thing was indestructible. 52HP, not a chick-pick-me-up car, but it got
the job done. (lasted even longer than my '84 Chevette)
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