“I am the third owner of this vehicle,” the seller reports. “I bought it in March 2017 with 61,450 original miles from the second owner in Texas. It was first bought in Virginia and garaged there for some time. From March 2017 until November 2019 this car was my daily driver. It has been a joy to drive.”
So why is it for sale?
“I now have another car that is my daily driver and can’t justify having two cars,” the seller adds. “I have really enjoyed this car and it is time to pass her on.”
The pass-on asking price is $7,800.
The seller reports that recent work includes replacing the clutch master and slave cylinder, vacuum hose, spark plugs, distributor cap, ignition coil, radiator and support mounts, reverse lamps, oil valve gasket, fuel pump, front lower control arms and bushings, as well as a brake-line flush, wheel alignment,
The seller nots that the dash cover adds doesn’t fit quite right, the left-rear speaker doesn’t work, there is some minor damage to the left-rear quarter panel, some rust in the rocker panels, and “small blemishes consistent with use and age.”
The car has a manual sunroof, cold air conditioning, and a deluxe tool kit.
“She starts up well and there are no engine knocks or rattles,” the seller adds.
The car has a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine, rated at 101 horsepower when new, and 5-speed manual transmission, and has been driven only 66,700 miles since new.