That makes sense, the car isn't worth particularly much and I don't want to just sink money into it. I plan to sell it at the end of this summer. I bought it as a project for $400 (without an interior) and I've been transferring the interior from a parts car into it. Naturally, nothing on these cars are in perfect shape, so it's no gem. The car drives and shifts well, but it has a slight steering pull, the cold running issue, and some little things that need attention - tires, oxidized paint on the hood, etc.
However, it's a good looking car with a lot of replaced parts, including tuned suspension, cold air intake, strut brace, and so on.
Basically, I'm reluctant to spend a bunch of money to replace all the worn parts, I'm just looking for an basic idea of what I should be checking into next on this problem. I'm generally more willing to spend time on it than money. I appreciate all your help.
Thursday, March 5th, 2009 AT 8:59 PM