114 HP
136 LB-FT
Curb Weight
2580 LB
Rear Wheel Drive
Engine Size
2.3 L
Transmission Type
MPG (City/Highway)
21 MPG

I bought this car in May of 2018, and have made the car nearly unrecognizable to how I got it within roughly two months. It's a low budget automatic drift build that I intent to V8 swap when I get the chance. I bought it for 500 dollars, and have put roughly 1800 dollars into it since then in maintenance parts, paint, and other small things like switches and lights. I began replacing all the suspension components with adjustable heim joint replacements to eliminate play and solve driveshaft and axle alignment issues. None of the maintenance had been kept up with at all. I welded the differential 3 days after buying the car, and all the bushings in the torque rods, panhard, trailing arms, etc were/are completely gone. I had to replace 3 out of 4 of the brake calipers due to siezing, and it had springs to seal the deal (I did not do that). The Previous owner cut the strut housings shorter and installed Saab 900 struts, which are a similar diameter but over 2 inches shorter to avoid bottoming out the struts. I replaced the suspension with BCs a few months ago. Despite the lack of power, it's pretty fun and hilarious to drive, and attracts a lot of attention. It takes a ridiculous amount of effort to get a 90whp automatic car to drift, but she gets crooked when she's told.

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