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Old 08-23-2013, 06:04 PM   #9
gearheadE30
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I should add that some of it depends on your mechanical ability. I do all my own work, so tearing into a 950 isn't all that though for me. They're downright simple compared to the cars I'm used to. I bought mine with 48k on it, and while I'm working on going through it stem to stern, I still haven't found anything worn out. Eventually it will need timing components and the oil pressure relief spring done, but otherwise it runs like new. It seems like there is a lot of variation in the 950 world as far as wear-vs-mileage goes.
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