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RE: Prospective '91 200Q Wagon buyer...
In addition to Paul's list, you may want to check the distributor (known
to leak oil) and *all* the electrical parts (seats, sunroof, mirrors).
You can check on the timing belt yourself: there's a flap on the top of
the timing belt cover (roughly in the middle of the front of the engine)
that you can pull back using either strong fingers or a screw driver or
some such leverage to see the belt.
Also: does it have sports seats? Are the headlights the original
(suckful) US spec lights? What shape are the wheels in (they're not
available through BBS anymore and *very* expensive)? Is the cargo cover
there (it's about $500 for a new one)?
As mentioned, the wagons didn't come with Bose systems as far as I've
been able to determine. They have 2 speakers in each rear door and 1 or
2 under the covers on top of the dash. They also didn't come with the
hands-off built-in cell phone.
That's all I can think of to add right now.
- peter, firstname.lastname@example.org, issaquah, wa, usa
94 acura legend gs
80 mazda 626
>From: EKellock@aol.com [SMTP:EKellock@aol.com]
>Sent: Saturday, October 05, 1996 7:02 PM
>Subject: Prospective '91 200Q Wagon buyer...
>...wants to know of any areas of concern when checking out said wagon.
>Any special foibles or weaknesses to speak of?
>87 5kcstq --> possibly to be replaced with '91 200qw
>87 gt coupe