Looks like you found a drama free car. Every used car has a story; at least you know this one doesn't appear overly complicated.
Do you have rudimentary knowledge of auto repair and collision refinishing? Take your time: go over the car with a good flashlight. Start with the bumper covers and then move onto the doors and body panels. I worked in a collision repair shop for a summer and then after school for a while. It's easy to spot any bodywork. Even the best work is obvious if you know what to look for...
Last edited by mryakanisachoad; 02-08-2013 at 12:46 AM.