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Subject: Re: I'm thinking of buying a 1991 SP36


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Lawrence Thornell
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Date Posted: 02/ 25/ 05, 8:57pm
In reply to: Glenn Marvel 's message, "I'm thinking of buying a 1991 SP36" on 02/ 24/ 05, 5:04pm

I have a 90 SP that I am crazy about. It rides great and drives excellently. I am as comfortable driving the SP
as I am driving my Lincoln Town Car. I tow a 95 Suziki Sidekick which is lighter than your PU but I forsee no trouble. I get about 6 MPG, according to the weight of the foot, as low as 5.3 above 70 and as high as 6.7 below 60.
Good Luck LT in Eclectic, AL

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Glenn Marvel
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Date Posted: 02/ 26/ 05, 5:47am

Lawrence - Thanks for your post yesterday. Have you experienced or heard of any particular problem areas I should watch out for? Glenn, Salisbury, MD

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Lawrence Thornell
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Date Posted: 02/ 26/ 05, 8:55pm

I know of no problems common to the SP that is different than any other model, other than oil from the overflow blowing back on the rad. This can be overcome by extending the overflow pipe to the rear bumper or by opening the rad and washing with Simple Green or a like cleaner every few 1000 miles, but is certainly not a serious problem.
LT

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