Evaluation: Good original paint with some water spots and minor scuffs and scratches. Good interior, clear gauges. Clean underbody. An exceptional survivor in marvelous condition.
Bottom Line: This is a remarkable variant of GM’s usual conservative design, a 4-cam V-6 with toothed belt camshaft drive and 2 valves per cylinder. This car was nearly immaculate and brought admiring looks and comments from everyone in the preview. It didn’t exactly blow away expectations on the block, though, and brought a responsible price for its specifications and originality. A solid value in a car no one really appreciates, or even knows exists.