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2 out of 2 people recommended this car.
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by jay from Houston,TX | August 6, 2009
This car is well built. Engine performance is incredible. Overall classy look with a touch of style.
by Mr. V8 power from Chicago,IL | February 15, 2008
i owned the car for about a year with 165k miles when purchased it is a known fact with the5.7 V8 350cci engine you could well over 250-300k miles on engine & trans with routine oil changes and maintenance.Its a very comfortable ride and get good gas milage for its size 17-22 city 21-25 hyw this is one sweet ride i would recomend this classic ride to anyone