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Old 10-20-2009, 09:48 AM   #31
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the LeSabre is a good car, never had an encounter with a Park. Most Ford engines are good quality, only thing to be aware of in Fords is really electrical issues. Can't disagree with the Chrysler advice.

Never heard of electrical issues with Ford personally.
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Old 10-20-2009, 09:51 AM   #32
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Actually, I will wait untill summer 2010 to buy a car, since my parents are kind enough to lend me their Volvo for now.

I still have time to think, but right now I had in mind a V8 manual Camaro or Mustang. MPG might be lower than 18, but I think these cars are worth it.

I think either one would be a good choice and a lot of fun.
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Never heard of electrical issues with Ford personally.
I know a bunch of people that have had fuses blown in brand new Fords. most of the time its nothing that would afffect a car but their safety system just turns the car/truck off

usualy starts right up after that though, weird stuff
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