I'd be foolish not to buy it.
December 21, 2017
The car had out-of-state plates and was 2 years out. It had a transmission problem I was not sure about. Steering fluid was low as well as coolant. 111000 MI engine was replaced with a used one having 60,000. Sitting in the back of my buddies car lot for 6 months, a dead battery also. A big dent in the rear door driver side. Really nice aftermarket tires and wheels. After chatting 20 minutes we went back to the car and it fired right up. No check engine light. 9 miles to empty on 6 month old fuel. I'm thinking this doesn't look good. It goes in gear no problem. Let it run for a while and turned it off came back the next week and it started without a jump. I took it for a drive and bought it. $1,800. I figured what the heck the tires and wheels cost more than that. Don't hate me for being so lucky. The tranny problem was a solenoid. And I have no idea why the coolant and steering fluid was low because none of it is leaking. My buddy did me right. But I'm still waiting to see some steering fluid because that stuff doesn't evaporate. Needless to say how could I not be satisfied! The reviews on this car are pretty accurate. I've only had it for about 90 days but I'd say like I said in the beginning, I'd be foolish to not buy it. So I did. And I'm glad I did. Definitely a big step up from a 99 Caravan with a blown head gasket. Right?