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Does anyone have photos of a loaded Citation?
09-14-2007, 11:21 PM
I am wondering... does anyone have a "loaded" Citation? OR have photos of one? I have never seen with with options such as power windows, power locks, etc, but I have heard this was optional on them..
BTW - we used to have a GM X-car, but it was a 1981 Olds Omega Brougham 4dr. That was a luxurious little car, but it was troublesome. It was dark blue, with dark blue velour interior, loaded to the max and it had the optional 2.8L V6. Yes it leaked oil and it had carburator woes, and tranny woes, and..... :grinno: that was in 1988 when it only had like 60K. Needed new tranny @ 80K, needed another @ 97K, finally sold it for $200 in 1990.
02-17-2008, 06:51 PM
Haven't seen any loaded citations. Used to own an 82 I believe. Wouldn't even spin it's tires in the dirt lol. I think they did make a X-11 Citation that was the performance version. They might have had a few more options.
Long live the X-body...
02-19-2008, 01:37 PM
We had an 83 4 door for several years. It was given to us by friends at 83k miles and we ran it to 150,000 before I got tired of fixing things. Aside from a lot of vibration while idling, it wasnt such a bad car; if you were willing to pull the 4 cyl 2.5Liter engine every few years to replace the cam drive gear and other parts, and if you could replace the sensors yourself as they failed. Ours didnt seem to have any options - so had fewer parts to break.
I liked the looks of its front end; the grille, headlights, bumper.
I had a coworker who said his 83 Cimmarron would have been a very good car for me - because I could work on it myself. He bought it new and had it at the dealer for repairs/warranty work for a total of 18 weeks in the first 52 weeks he owned it; then he traded it for a Honda Accord that was reliable.
04-08-2008, 05:09 PM
I took one out and got it loaded one time but she wouldn't allow any photos
12-30-2008, 01:27 AM
Try Googling " Citation " or some variation of the term . You should pull up photos and info . Good luck !
12-30-2008, 02:07 AM
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