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engine good, brakes good, transmission good, steering good, all seat belts work.
i sold my prelude at the same time i sold my lemond. i look at this as a another step back to the former greatness known a 'jon. that ugly dude who won't shut up.'
customerjon @gmail.com is where information happens.
Excellent. Ash tray functioning as well?
In all seriousness, well done.
FWIW: My first was a '62 Dodge Dart (slant 6, push button automatic transmission) bought at age 18 from a GI for $110 in '72. Purchased in haste after a certain very comely first-major-girlfriend hinted this might improve certain other odds. Great, great ride. The car I mean.
So, once you correct for inflation, you easily outdid me.
BTW: Correct me, but I thought a customer WAS a jon. (?)
I drove my last car for about 5 years with a broken fuel guage. I only ran out of gas twice. The first time, it was right in front of a gas station, what luck. The second was on the NJ Turnpike at 1am after having worked a double shift. I waited 'till about 4 am for highway assistance with gas. Then he wouldn't sell me gas because I didn't have a credit card to pay him with, so he left. Finally, at about 7 am, a tow truck showed up and towed me to a gas station. By the time the car was running again, it was time for me to go right back to work.
Older cars have way more character and definitely make one's life stories more interesting.
Good luck with your car.
--It ain't a good idea to swim near MY bubbles!