jrboyington
Wonderfully Disastrous
jrboyington
Mar 23
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Firewall side plugs on a cutlass ciera 2.8 v6. Requires the engine to be taken off the mounts and rotated forward. 

Mar 23
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Replacing the timing chain and gearset on my 1988 Ciera XC. Gm used nylon in their gearsets and it’s a ticking time bomb for the engine. Have the parts, have the tools, it’s really just a day long project I really don’t feel like doing. Read more

Jan 31
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This happened last weekend, my 1989 Cutlass Ciera sedan. Went down when my old house i was moving from presumably had an electrical fire.

Jan 11
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It’s fantastic to see a realistic reuse of old vehicles no one wants and running them in a suppotive economic capacity instead of clogging up boneyards. I approve of this 100%

Jan 6
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Stupid rims, check. Questionable turbo upgrade, check. Moronic interior “upgrades", check. 10k truck at best asking for almost triple the price? Check. This is ND bingo, people.

Dec 24
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Meanwhile: a 30 year old Ciera purchased for 150 bucks 3 years ago just did 500 miles this week and there was absolutely no drama to write an entire article about. Imma stick with the crapcan.

Dec 16
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They weren’t horrible and i have a soft spot for them, the X bodies and A bodies. Funny enough my Ciera sedan is considea "compact"

Dec 16
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Didn’t even read, there’s only one answer, if you count cars sold and partially manufactured by an american manufacturer, and that is the Geo freaking Metro. Read more

Dec 5
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Reminds me of the astro van crash test. Which is also the reason i will never own an astrovan. Good to see china is slightly better than the best the 1990's had to offer in safety. Buy cheap, get cheap. 

Dec 2
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They did in Mexico. Look up Chevrolet cutlass ciera eurosport, they made coupes up to 94! Only downside is i think the biggest engine with the 5 spd was the 2.8. 

Dec 2
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Considering the rust on my 89, highly unlikely. Still, love the old bastard. The other one is an 88 XC, pretty hard to find.

Dec 2
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Voting with my heart instead of my brain, NP. You won't find a cleaner one anywhere, and I have a soft spot for unappreciated family cars from the 80's (I currently own 3 cutlass cieras).