1991 Toyota Corolla DX Sedan AT 83k White, blue interior
First the bad.
The car was involved in an accident. Some turd w/o any insurance pulled out in front of my fiance and she t-boned him. Can't find him with the police report, so I may have to just sell the car to cut my losses.
Damage is to the front end, obviously. Needs a new bumper, grill, hood, ds fender, ds headlight. The crossmember is bent about 2". There was NO damage done to the radiator or engine that I can see at all. No fluid leaks.
I've talked to a couple of mechanics and they told me that they could just put it on the machine and straighten the frame back out for pretty cheap. That way you could just bolt on some new body panels off ebay to save money. This is what I was planning on doing. However I live in an apartment, so this project is a little difficult without a garage to do it in.
Other than that the A/C needed a new compressor, it had a bad clutch. And the oil is going to need changing soon, comming up on the 3k mark. Front brake pads will need swapped out soon.
Only 83k original miles. Car was owned by an old lady who drove it to church. She was one of my Dad's friends mothers. Second owner was my sister, who drove it to school.
Haven't had any major problems with it at all. It has a new (or within 1.5 years old) airfilter, plugs, wires/cap, battery, coolant flush, upgrading headlights, and good tires.
Has a basic Pioneer CD deck about 2 yrs old. After the accident sometimes it gets stubborn and doesn't want to eject a disc. Front speakers were replace less than 6 months ago with Lightning Audio coax's. They actually sound quite good for being oly 4" cheap aftermarkets. Rear speakers are stock.
No visible rust or other major body problems. Car has a few dings, normal wear for a car of it's age. Paint is still shiny, and all rubber trim in good shape.
Interior is in very good condition. No holes or major stains. Just normal wear.
I've taken care of this car religiously, and I hate to have to get rid of it. Car has done many roadtrips without any problems running all day at 85mph. Motor runs pretty strong for what it is. Managed 115 mph with 3 ppl in the car, and all my belongings that I could fit in it on my move from Seattle to Phoenix. Don't normally flog it (I have a bike for that) but there is nothing else to do in the desert, but go fast. This car was just a backup means of transportation to me. The low miles reflect that.
Car is drivable, I've done about 15 miles with it since the accident. The bumper cover rubs on the ds front tire, so it makes some noise. Haven't correct that for insurance reasons.
I'll get some pics up soon. But I'm open to reasonable offers.