But that isn't going to stop me from spending an hour covering it with the most expensive wax they sell at Autozone.
Mine has 98,8xx. It has a new clutch, brakes and tires, so I'm going to use it until it dies.deastin said:I ve got a 95 VW Golf 4 door hatchback. 128,xxx miles starting to rust. It gets washed when it rains, or snows I guess. The bike rack and radio are still fully functional.
Thats all I need.
It lives outside, so that makes things tough. Rust is inevitable.JaeP said:Wow, that looks pretty good for a 15 year old car.
funny enough, when I bought that car, the 2/3 of a front bumper that it had was attached mostly using machine screws.Scotty2Hotty said:I had an old Hyundai that had rust like that. I was literally keeping the body together with big machine screws.
Remember that time I slapped your grandmother for not changing the oil enough?randi_526 said:My grandmother used to drive an old Saab like that. The Odometer stopped working at 150k and kept going for years after that. My cousin drove it for a while after grandma got too old to drive.