...Is that I think I should buy a fleet of B13 Sentra's and drive nothing else for the rest of my life. And that I should never, ever ever ever, buy an Audi, Porsche, Jag, Mini, Lumina, F250 or higher, Outback, Alltrac, CVCC, Camaro, Allroad (I know I said Audi) or any number of other cars unless I feel like passing along my money to someone else to disassemble my car piece by piece....


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I still have scars on my right knuckles when I spent the better part of an afternoon trying to… Read on jalopnik.com

I knew about some of these, but I never realized just how nightmarish some of these cars are... This is when I thank my stars that the cars I've done major maintenance on have been relatively simple: B13 Sentra, '85 and '88 Camry, '85 Isuzu P'up (pre-non-interference engine - timing belt broke, had to rebuild engine, made it a non-interference engine =)... and then the Mazda 626, which was semi-evil, but was traded in before I could let it really drive me mad.


But back to the B13 Sentra, that thing was a BREEZE to work on, loads of space, easy access to every system... relatively intuitive to figure out... Now if only I could figure out a way to import a Nissan Tsuru...