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Old 26 Apr 2019, 08:28 pm
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Default Some PT Love From Jalopnik
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Old 27 Apr 2019, 05:35 pm
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Old 29 Apr 2019, 05:57 pm
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Good read and I think they are more right than wrong in that article. Iove mine not because it has all the lead edge tech bells and whistles, but rather the opposite as its so basic an easy to work on when needed. It provides me basic transportation to and from work, running around town, and I leave the back seats out so I can pretty much what I need to.

Heck, mine I paid 1,800 for it three years ago with 105k miles on the clock. Nothing to look at, but she runs perfectly. Now with 131K miles on the clock and what I would call routing maintenance with a car having this many miles (struts, shocks, control arms, end links, radiator, watts link and lateral control arms, etc....) and I am completely satisfied. Next year will be time to do the water pump and timing belt should I still have this car at that time.

BTW this is my second PT as I loved my fist so much.
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