I've decided my 1990 Ciera SL is too far gone to save. I pulled up the insulation that is underneath the rear seats and I found more friggin' rust. The floor underneath the seat cushion is rotted out and split in one place. I decided right then and there that the car wasn't worth saving. I was looking in the classifieds this weekend and I saw an ad for a 1990 Oldsmobile Cutlass Cruiser wagon. Went up with my dad today to take a look at it. Body has rust spots in a few places, but they're not rusted through yet. It needs rear shocks. gas tank, some exhaust work and maybe a windshield. Fortunately enough for me, all those parts are good on my Ciera SL, and I'm pretty sure they'll fit the Cruiser. I started it up, and it runs rough with the Check engine light on, I assume a sensor has gone south, but no worry, all the sensors on the Ciera SL's engine work fine. The oil pressure gauge rose instantly and remained solidly in place while the engine was running so I assume that means at least the lube system is in good shape. I checked the oil and it was full, oil on the stick was dark colored but not overly so, and it wasn't dirty. I did happen to see an orange can with the evil Fram name on it, that'll be the first thing I change on this wagon. The Cruiser is only on it's third owner, a Chevrolet dealer owned it for the first few months, then it was sold to a police officer who had it for a number of years, then the current owner bought it 3 years ago. It's got A/C which might not work, power reclining driver's seat, power windows, 3300 engine, 4 speed OD tranny and the optional third row seat in the cargo area. This wagon has the 'rally' wheels, which I think don't look all that good so I'll be replacing them with the alloy wheels that are on the Ciera SL. I'll be going back on Thursday or Friday to give the guy the $300 he's asking for the car. I'll take pictures with my crappy little digital camera and post them so those who are interested can take a look.