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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-21-03, 04:58 AM Thread Starter
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Just bought Fairmont EAII Ghia

Hi All,

I just got a Fairmont EAII Ghia 1990, 3.9l, 226000kms, 4Speed auto and all Ghia options.

I picked it at an auction for $4000. It needed replaced all disc rotors, tie rod ends, ball joints, rear window regulator and the exhaust. So the total price jumped up to $5500. I guess it might be a bit dear but the car is in excellent condition with tidy interior.

Unfortunately I don't know the car history neither I know much about cars - this is my first one. I will get it serviced for the first time soon and would greatly appreciate any advise on what to pay special attention for.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-21-03, 05:25 AM
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looks nice dude, but its a bit stange for it to have the red stripping on the door moulds instead of chrome thought isnt it??

The magna is nearly dead...i need a new car...AGAIN!!...why did i sell the EL??

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Congrats on you buy dood. Looks like a very very neat car.

Wish ya many happy motoring years!

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Its either an Spac that has been fitted with ghia interior and wheels or a Ghia with Spac trim....hehe Id say the second one.
When you get the service done get the radiator flushed out and a new thermostat fitted. If you can afford to get them to remove the side tanks of the radiator and clean it out as theyre known to clog up with casting sand over time causing overheating and a blown head gasket.
Get your 4 speed auto serviced as well as theyre costly buggers to repair.

Lets go find that Hotdog tree I planted

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Congrats on the purchase. If it's of any help, you'll find details of my car's mods/restoration at http://www.eafalcon.com/pictures/myea/myea2.htm .

Also please note that if you make an error in a post, you can use the 'edit' button to make changes.

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Thanks a lot people. All the info is extremely helpful.
Cheers,
Alex

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1990 / 230.000kms
ED 1994 Engine / 160.000 kms
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