I will be looking for a car soonish. I've always had a hankering to own a Saab and ended up with different vehicles. My question is, since Saab went under is it harder to find parts for them or repair places?
Is is more spendy then. I'm not looking to purchase a NEWer Saab.
Also are they alright to work on on my own or are they a huge pain?
Im no automechanic by any means but I do like to change my own oil and repair what I am capable of repairing.
Or I will take recommendations for other cars. I prefer manual and hatchback.
posted by misformiche
on Jul 3, 2013 -
I drive a 1992 Toyota Camry with just over 203,000 miles on it. As far as I know, the car is in good mechanical condition except that the rear struts are in fairly desperate need of replacement.
How do you calculate the payback period for repairing an old but paid-off car, and how might you use this information to help decide whether to repair the car or buy a newer used car? [more inside]
posted by Juffo-Wup
on Jul 18, 2008 -