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1.) Transmission failure at 60k miles. Very expensive repair2.) Steering bushings replaced due to extremely loose steering. Inexpensive repair3.) Head gaskets replaced due to oil leak. Moderately expensive repair.4.)O2 sensor replaced. Check engine light was coming on. Inexpensive repair.5.) Radiator cap replaced. Engine severely overheated. Inexpensive repair.However, this is anecdotal evidence and may not be indicative of all LH vehicles.These are great cars when they're running properly. I have not had any problems with the air conditioner condensor and I have also not had any problems with the water pump (yet?) which was a common problem with the first generation LH vehicles. You might want to click on this link:
The vehicle checks out okay for 1997. My 1996 has had most of the problems indicated by carpoint.
If you're buying the vehicle because you think you will fit in it better than a Taurus, you may want to reconsider as Andre and I have noted a distinct lack of driver's seat legroom. The back seat is enormous, but the front seat does not leave much room to get comfortable. However, only you can determine this. I just know that I'm 6'1" and don't have particularly long legs and I wish I had much more leg room.
I was actually starting to question myself as to whether the '57-58 354 was a poly or a hemi, because I'd seen it referred to as a hemi in a couple of books. Well, I guess the pics in this ad pretty much cinch it (unless the engine was transplanted from something else!)
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