1974 Ford GalaxieReview
Bloody Galaxy — the bloody thing is costing a mint, everything needs fixing on it, every month without fail it needs a few hundred spending on it. this month the windscreen motor went, we live in yorkshire all it dose is rain. £300 to fix that, last month air con went £550. its a money pit, get the bus.lol
Pros: a few
Cons: more than a few
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