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    Looks like one just sold for the same price as new....$26,300


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    The only thing that held it back was the mileage.

    Trunk compartment was a little edgy and overall the car looked nice. Not great but nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    The only thing that held it back was the mileage.

    Trunk compartment was a little edgy and overall the car looked nice. Not great but nice.
    Agreed.

    Not too far off from being a great car though. And some of it is easy stuff to sort out. Dummy and windows switches look a little more faded than I'd expect, so does the coin tray area. Not sure what the deal is on the bright orange looking rust spots in the engine bay, specifically under and around the throttle spool. Nice enough car overall.

    Question though... and not unique to just this car... What is the significance of mounting the door struts opposite to what is recommended in the manual? This car has the cylinder end down as opposed to the cylinder end up, which I believe is the way they are meant to go in. Does it change any of the strut characteristics, for better or for worse? Likely on purpose or just didn't know any better?
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