Question about 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera
After giving up fixing our old car, we decided to look at a few new(used) ones.
One of my favorites was a 1987 oldsmobile 98 delta royale grande. Very classy luxury car, one step down from a caddy.
The trouble, is that when we were test driving it, there was a defenite **** on the steering wheel whenever we would turn it. The seller assured us this is a common problem and nothing major, it has to do with an aluminum bushing in the steering rack or something, an inexpensive(200-300 dollar) fix. Though he was reassuring, i am still uneasy about the issue. Any second opinions, information, and other helpful facts would be greatly appreciated
Buying a old car is a gamble.if you buying a car that you have to fix it first.is a bad omen.because when you start spending money on it you will keep on spending.things keep breaking down its a old car.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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