I'd like to get the car sold this week as I'm looking to get a bike. I've had the car since August and haven't done much with it. On the way home from buying it, it blew a hose and I immediately pulled over. Had it towed home. Turns out it had a blown headgasket(water in oil)and the owner failed to mention it. I've replaced some water and vacuum lines as well as the IMG, TBG and lower/upper radiator hose.
I'm a Mazda guy and would LOVE to keep the car. It won't take much to get it going. The car is registered and inspected. It will run/drive for about twenty minutes before the temp starts climbing(car still has full power so I don't think the head is cracked). The water pump has a leak. I was going to replace that and the timing belt when I did the headgasket. The car has a lot of potential and a decent interior(besides a lil crack in the dash, some broken plastic and the driver's door panel). Sitting in the seats, you wouldn't know the car is twenty two years old. I'd like to see it go to a good home and restored or into a BA track car.
Body is straight other than the door/fender/front lip/paint/pass tail. Needs tires. Exhaust leak at mani and cat. No name muffler. Clunk from front end(think it may be tranny or motor mount). Shifter is super sloppy but I have most of the bushings. I have the water pump and timing belt. Been meaning to get headgasket and water pump gaskets(3 pieces) from dealership but my time is limited with work. Car has 221K on it. Believe it is the original motor. It has been garaged since I've had it. Driver's rear window regulator needs a new cable and AC prob needs a recharge. Car had a system in it before and is still wired for it. No radio. Prefer cash. No trades or payments, please. Any questions, feel free to ask. Thanks for looking! Will
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