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1 thing... Coming from a dealership.. I doubt that's the motor that came with the car... That car was most likely from an auction... Hood pins usually give a tattle tail sign... Well at the dealerships I worked for in Dallas anyways.. They stripped all the mods off of it, or the motor was trash, and replaced pretty OEM like. Dealership can't sell a car with a check engine light.. But who knows...
Your Sure determined to buy someone elses play toy
I like it just not the interior lol. Im just saying be careful cause dealers usually put the price way up from what they want for the car or how much it is really worth. If so they are pretty much saying that the car is worth/they got it for around 2500 - 3000. I am just saying check for rust, leaks, and other stuff that shows signs of wear and tear. Check the back behind the 1/4 windows and the back window for frame warp, the usual foxbody stuff.