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I live in Fort Myers Fla. and have been a member on the other site for eight years;  just joined up here a few months ago. Interesting to see all the members I know from there over here.

 

I've owned my 1990 GL for sixteen-plus years, decided a few years ago I don't want to be without a wagon and have started doing all the maintenance it needed that I've put off for years. Installed all-new AC components and heater core two years ago, replaced the front bumper early last spring, rebuilt the front end with all-new parts last year (LCA/balljoint units, driver's-side halfshaft, struts, wheel bearings, bushings and inner tierods), and this year am doing the rear springs and shocks, replacing the headliner and dash, and replacing the rear bumper.  I just finished putting a power driver's seat in to replace the tired original non-powered unit. 184,000 miles and going strong.

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Hey Frank!!!

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Ha ha, hey Jeff ~

 

(You are Jeff, right? :/ )

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Ha ha, hey Jeff ~

 

(You are Jeff, right? :/ )

Sometimes. Depends on which personality has taken over.

:)   :( Bi-polar vortex. 

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Nice! Love seeing a station wagon getting the love and respect they deserve! :wub:

 

One day, the world will see, station wagons were truly the greatest.

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Nice! Love seeing a station wagon getting the love and respect they deserve! :wub:

 

One day, the world will see, station wagons were truly the greatest.

I don't know about the greatest, but they sure were versatile and didn't break the bank putting fuel in them as happens with SUVs. I've taken plenty of photos of all the stages of all the work I've done, to refresh my memory if I ever have to do any of the work again.

 

One funny thing I remember from last year when I had the entire left wheel well empty - no LCA, knuckle, halfshaft or strut to be seen - my grandson asked why I took out the wheel. I told him I was turning the car into a boat. Boy, did his eyes get big. :D

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Lol.  Amphibious Taurus.

 

Welcome Frank.

 

I've seen and heard this car in person twice.  What a trooper.  Cold air, hot heat, and cruises down the road without any fan fare.  What a car.  Cant beat that.

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