here's a couple American cars 1987 Pontiac Safari(not to be ever confused with the GMC Safari) 1987 Pontiac Safari 1994 Buick Roadmaster Estate wagon 1994 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon I own both cars. the Pontiac has pretty good interior except for a patch on the passenger front seat cushion, the back of the drivers headrest, and the seat for the rear facing third row. But you want a matching fabric? good luck, no one reproduces a similar fabric in the same color. The car also originally had the woodgrain vinyl on the side, but someone removed it and all the trim, good luck finding that trim now, the quarter windows?, the rear window in the tailgate? heck I can't even find a replacement grill for this one. The 94 Buick isn't much better, even though it has a LT1 engine, the A.I.R. pipes that go into the exhaust manifold have been discontinued for years, one broke had to have the metal check valve welded to the pipe. The height sensor for the rear self leveling suspension is another discontinued part, then there the air compressor for the system, it was only used for this one year, and for glass, again the rear window is long discontinued, along with both quarter windows with vents, it makes it a bit worse for this one then the Pontiac as here the rear window is a lift gate, while the Pontiacs rolls down into the door but they are both pleasures to drive in their own ways, the Pontiac is a cruiser, not much for getting going but once she is it's good. the Buick is better, the car floats on the road, and with the LT1 350 V8 it gets moving easily and quickly and the car actually handles very good for such a big boat.
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