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by Avenue from Where the winters are cold | April 29, 2010
The rocker panels and gas lines rust on the older cars, not an easy fix... I have changed my oil, taking great care of my car and still have the rocker panel issue that is now making an issue on the gas lines, what a bummer for such a smooth ride.
I bought my park Ave used. I 'm the second owner. It has the 3800 motor. The car has enough room for 5. Gas mileage is great for a car it's size. It honestly has more comfort options then some new cars. You must drive one to appreciate.