Here it is... Appologies for the crappy scanner, wish I had a better one!
We tinted the tail lights on this car, and it gave it a really original look...
T... Show morehe interior was the best part of this car, it was always spotless, quite comfortable too, so much so that I put 60,000 KM's on it in a year and a half!
This is the back seat, looked nice, but it wasnt exactly a treat to sit in, unless you were under 5 feet tall... Every bump would send rear seat passengers straight into the roof! Ouch!
This is the hatch... And that box there made the low frequencies for my basic stereo. They were 2 - 10" MTX thunders, which pounded thier hearts out the entire time I owned this car. They sounded pretty decent in this car, despite the fact that they weren't that loud on the SPL scale.
Thanks for lookin at my Probe, if you get a chance, sign the guest book... If you want, check out my other cars aswell:
1984 Caprice Classic
1979 Cadillac Coupe DeVille d'Elegance
1988 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale Show Less
This is my page for my old 1989 Ford Probe GT. I no longer have this car, but I had some pictures of it, so I made this page.Anyways, this was a good car, u... Show morep until about 270,000 KM's, where EVERYTHING started to go at the same time. I replaced all 4 struts, alternator, battery, tires, front wheel bearing and hub, clutch, tie rods, brakes, timing belt, muffler, paint... You get the idea. Great car otherwise.The turbo would kick in at about 2000RPM, and when it did, you got sucked into your seat, and continued to really pull until about 4500-5000RPM where it would be wise to shift to continue best acceleration.I'm not going to rant and rave about how fast this car was... In a race, it would actually keep side-by-side with most 5L camaros and mustangs, but thats not saying much :-) I'll just say it was fun to drive. Show Less