This Corrado lacks heat or A/C and has a broken sunroof, seatbelt issues, and a battery that drains itself like a bar-hopping college senior on the dean's front lawn. In other words, it's in great shape for a Corrado. Still, investor-grade Corrados are twice the price and don't offer any more of a guarantee against future problems. Compared to other cars, nothing will beat popping the hood (something you'll do often) and seeing six runners comprising the exhaust manifold.
|This is what a picture of exactly two working sunroofs looks like|
PhiLOL actually likes the tuna here, but abhors structural rust. Save the manuals.