Miles on car
I know this sounds a little biased, but miles have nothing to do with these cars. What condition is the interior in? Any rust on it? Keeping up the regular maintenance? Any bumps, dents, fender benders, scratches? Any known mechanical problems? Stock components throughout, or is there anything aftermarket? (aftermarket generally = bad) When was the timing belt/water pump last changed? How's your steering, probably pretty stiff? If this helps, I paid 3.2k for my 91 LS400 with 310000km on it. One of the pulley bearings was shot and the car squeeked and ate belts like no ones business. A quick change of fluids, cleaning of the PS solenoid, new brake pads, and a $5 ford alternator bearing (ya.. it fit the pulley.), and my car was just like new. It's still pulling strong and running great.
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