This is my mom's 2004 Chevy Trailblazer EXT LS which is in excellent condition. My Dad had bought it for my mom on New Years Eve of 2004 brand new, and t... Show moreraded our 2002 Dodge Durango in for it. So far we have had no trouble with it like we did with the durango. It has a 256 straight (inline) 6, which produces 275 horsepower. Its pretty good on gas, and it a great vehicle to pull stuff with. Show Less
Well, here is my 1999 Lincoln Continental. My dad bought the car back in October of 2005, and ever since I have been driving it practically everyday. It is... Show more the car that I learned to drive in too, so I sorta fell more comfortable driving it than my car or my moms. When I went to get my drivers licence, I took this instead of my escort, and parrellel parked it in two reverses, and got a perfest, not all that hard. Plus the question I get alot is why do I drive this when Im only 18 years old.
As of 2-2-08 its got 161 thousand miles on it and keeps running great. I have never had the transmission slip on me when starting out, or shift hard. For the most part, my Dad drives about 80 too 100 miles a day with this car, and its not all that bad on gas. Beleive it or not, but around town I have been getting about 24.7-25.2 mpg, and on the highway doing 65 mph, I have been getting as high as 34 mpg using 87 octane. I also got a job at a local Ford Mercury Lincoln, and Chevy, GM dealership detailing cars. So every monday, wedensday, and saturday I wash the outside, and clean the interior. And I also took the stickers off the side of the doors too.
Before with the stickers.
With the stickers off, and a full complete detail.
Sorry the picture quality isnt all that great, since we wash about 60 cars a day, and its below freezing we got to keep the doors closed, and anything that is glass fogs up from the moistor. But I will put pictures of it outside so they are better. Leave a comment of what you think. Thanks for looking. Show Less