She's an oldie but still a great car! I stupidly took this car on a gravely road on a camping trip over the summer. Apparently, I messed up the oxygen sensor and the fuel injection pressure regulator. When I took it in they told me these items need to be replaced immediately. They also recommended that the gasgets and bolts all get taken out, cleaned, and replaced. They also said its almost due for a new gas filter but isn't necessary right now. This car was only owned by two previous owners before me that took excellent care of it. Ive had it for 8 months and have had zero issues with it until now. The guy at Dads Auto said the car looks in great shape otherwise. Im giving you every detail so you know exactly what you're getting. If you fix these items above, you'll have yourself a great running car. I will give you a rundown on the prices Dads Auto quoted me on for the items that need to be fixed as well as give you the exact paperwork they gave me for the diagnosis when you come to check it out. In addition I've provided the vin number below if you'd like to run a vehicle history report on it. No bullshitting here. I personally made the decision to sell instead fixing it because I've been saving up for a down payment on my dream car anyways, so it just made sense to sell it to reach my goal, as apposed to going backwards and loosing money.
If you'd like to come check it out you're more than welcome. It DOES still drive, but the mechanic just said to drive it as little as possible until things are fixed. I'd prefer you NOT test drive it only because of the mechanic saying its not the best idea. However, if you feel you must drive it before buying I understand and would allow a quick run around the block. Im happy to answer any questions you may have as well.