***PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE AD*** The Bad: I sold this car to a guy that thought it’d be a cute idea to immediately flush the coolant system. Immediately after he did this, the car would start to overheat. It’s my belief that he had no clue how to do this, and there’s possibly an air lock, or small coolant leak? The strange part is, it literally takes 40 minutes to start to overheat. It can idle for hours, with absolutely no issues. After 40 minutes of driving, it starts to overheat. If you throw it in neutral, it immediately cools down. The Good: The car is exceptionally clean! The idle is smooth, there is no smoke/water from the exhaust, and it runs/drives excellent! I’m almost certain that it is NOT a head gasket issue, because the idle is so smooth, the oil is very clean, as is the exhaust. I strongly believe it’s a heater core, coolant/ air lock issue. It’s priced to sell at $7895. A rare ALL WHEEL DRIVE model, which are highly sought after. My loss=your gain. Priced to sell! Call with any questions.
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