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'92 Formula L98

Old 01-07-2009, 12:40 AM
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'92 Formula L98

High miles, low production car. Cheap repaint by a previous owner. Car shines up and looks presentable, but paint has many flaws. Clean interior, stock seats, '02 TA console. Kickpanels will be removed prior to sale b/c they have some custom component speaker enclosures+speakers attached that I'm keeping. Nice 16" Formula wheels with good Goodyear rubber. ONLY rot I've seen on the car is some bubbling on the PS quarter, which came through this summer. Early enough to kill it without too much problem, I imagine.

Daily driven, never let me down except ONCE because of a dirty negative cable connection on the starter. SES light comes on after sustained highway speeds...it's a Code 32 for EGR. Since the car runs fine, I have not gotten to fixing it. 19-22 mpg on my commute. I've had work done to the brakes, steering components, maintenance items since buying the car.

Solid driver to enjoy or do up like it should be done up, as one of the very few 350 tpi cars with factory t-tops ever made in '92.

$2500 firm. Found another car I want more.

Older pic. Car is dirty right now.

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