Here’s the latest reader question, along with my reply!
Sarah asks: I am no longer driving. I have a 1992 Buick Roadmaster, maroon, with leather seats, still runs well.
I am no car lover but I hate to see this car given to some drug dealer who will destroy it. Is there an automobile museum that might like to have it as a gift? It does have some problems. The window behind the drivers seat does not work. The passenger seat in front does not work. The glove box does not work. There is a scratch on the passenger side and several Walmart parking lot dents where the finish is not broken. There is one spot on the trunk where I think the paint is disturbed. I think it still gets about 28 miles per gallon. What should I do with this car? It belonged to my uncle and he was so proud of it. I have driven it for about 24 years.
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