High milage vehicles are a money pit. Buy only low milage cars that are
Less than 20 years old. The older the car the more likely rubber gaskets
Have dry rotted and needs replaced. Parts and labor add up quickly in
Older cars. Unless you just love a certain old car and your willing to spend
More to have it. Out line what you want in a car and go from there. Engine,
Transmission, wheel to wheel length, weight, height of everything, profile,
Fuel capacity. Mpg, speed, comfort level, reliability, insurance costs, etc.
All cars are different in many ways. I prefer much older cars of the 1980's
But I'm not like most people. They are simpler to work on and have fewer
Electronics and fewer modern bs on them.