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Looking at getting an SHO.

Well, now that I'll be heading off to college soon I need to get a another car. (The T-Bird is NOT sitting outside all year round, it'll be staying in the garage back at home until i get my own). I want to get an SHO Taurus, I have always liked them quite a bit. I am looking for either a Gen II 5-speed or a Gen III. I was wondering what your impression of them are and what some worthwile mods are. (The V8's cam problem concerns me lol) Thanks for any input.

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Very expensive to fix.Get a Countor SVT or something like that over the SHO.
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I had my '92 for 2 years and had no problems with it. Of course, it was well maintained when I bought it and in nearlly perfect shape. So it may of been the exception. It was quite quick and this gen. is faster than the gen III and V8 of '98 on. It ran about 15 flat and the newer ones run in the upper 15's, or slower. I liked it
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I like the SHO as well, But I must second that a Countor SVT would be a better choice.

I know a couple of people in Tucson with them. They LOVE the Countor.


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SHO for a winter car?

I did it for two years, and would rather drive a bird.

An SHO is not a beater car, if something (engine/transmission) breaks you might have to wait a week or two to get parts, and they'll want your first born as payment.




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The car will be driven in the city, and they are very good about getting the streets plowed immediately, and it usually doesnt snow a lot where I am going. An SVT Countour would be nice, but I seriously doubt I'll be able to find one of them in MT. I was also thinking about a 99-01 Cougar, or a GTP Grand Prix. Does anybody know what those run in the quarter? I am still considering the Taurus though, but I do know they cost a lot to fix and are difficult to maintain.

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id get a GTP. way easier to mod, and looks better than a fricking taurus anyday of the week.

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You mean a first-gen GTP? They're good for mid 15s stock (according to magazine tests). The thing I like best about mine is the 7000 rpm redline.
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I saw a 93 SHO in the paper today for $400... That would probably get beater status!

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on the v8's the cam probs are fixed by getting the gears welded to the shaft, no more bolt shearing, the one thing i like about the 98 up sho's is that they are roomier than the previous gens, and are moderately quick, i almost got a 99 or 2000, can't remember the exact year, lol, that had about 80,000 and change on the odo, was black on tan and fully loaded for $4,500, it still even had the balance of the extended warranty, that was the lowest they would go because the payoff was like $4,900, so they would take a $400 hit to sell it at that price, but i wisely walked away from it.

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97= GTP Then the second gen SHO. My GTP ran 15 flat bone stock and is pulling nearly 97

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You might also consider a Regal GS, same engine as the GTP.
My buddy has an 97 SHO in this driveway with a new 5k transmission and a dead engine - the dreaded cam failure. He doesn't want to drop any more money into it and the engines are real expensive.
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Do yourself a favor and DO NOT by a POS Taurus of any kind any year. A guy at work had a SHO w/5 speed and had nothing but tranny problems.

My wife had a 97 DOHC V6 w/ auto and the tranny in it was junk.
You know it is bad when call the transmission shop and all you say is I have a 97 Taurus with transmission problems and their respones is "We se alot of Taurus and Sables with transmission problems regardless of years or milage"
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Yeah, I am kind of leaning away from the Taurus now, I'm going to Billings (Biggest city in state), next weekend to look for cars. A GTP, Stratus R/T (or Eclipse GT) 5-speed, or a Newer Ranger would be nice. My brother used to have a 5-speed Stratus R/T and it was a pretty nice reliable car that was fun to drive.

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I dunno. My friend had an 87 taurus. He beat the **** out of that car. The suspensiion was shot, tires bald, and he commuted over 100 miles a day in it and the thing refused to die. It was a very reliable car for him
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People see alot of tauri in shops because there are a ton of them on the road. The transmission is a weak point, but overall the cars are very reliable.

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That would be rare. The MTX5 is a strong unit.




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I have an 89 SHO 5 speed for sale, in very good shape for $1500, but it's in Canada.
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People see alot of tauri in shops because there are a ton of them on the road. The transmission is a weak point, but overall the cars are very reliable.



That would be rare. The MTX5 is a strong unit.
Thank you.... Tauruses are good cars if well maintained.. But, yes, SHOs are expensive to maintain and parts get more and more rare everyday..

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Yeah, I am kind of leaning away from the Taurus now, I'm going to Billings (Biggest city in state), next weekend to look for cars. A GTP, Stratus R/T (or Eclipse GT) 5-speed, or a Newer Ranger would be nice. My brother used to have a 5-speed Stratus R/T and it was a pretty nice reliable car that was fun to drive.
eclipse gt? dont even. id take a taurus SLO over a 3g eclipse anyday of the week. im still saying get a gtp. only downfall is its fwd.

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FWD isnt my 1st choice but it needs to get decent traction in winter weather. I personally don't mind driving RWD in the snow, but my dad is going to help me buy the car and he thnks otherwise. BTW, whats wrong with and Eclipse/Stratus?

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He's owned an Eclipse.

I have no problem with RWD in ice/snow. Had less problems than FWD. Had a little fishtail going uphill once when I was also merging, but that's it. I prefer AWD, like my bronco.

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I was just wondering why he doesnt think and Eclipse is a good car, I drove my brother's 02 Stratus R/T Everyday for about a month last year and I didnt mind it at all.

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He's owned an Eclipse.

I have no problem with RWD in ice/snow. Had less problems than FWD. Had a little fishtail going uphill once when I was also merging, but that's it. I prefer AWD, like my bronco.

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Personally, I would never drive any FWD car in the snow. RWD can fishtail a little, but that can be anticipated and controlled. FWD will feel like it is driving perfectly right off the road regardless of what you try to do to stop it. AWD is nice though. Maybe see if you can find a subaru SVX. My dad has one of them, and it is pretty reliable and quick, and handles beautifully, even in rain/snow.

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You know, I have had a job since I was 13, I will have my Tbird paid off very soon, and I can afford to get another vehicle on my own, I am thinking of turning down my Dad's offer to help me get a vehicle for college and just getting what I want. (RWD) BTW, Kentwood I'm not sure what you mean by your post, I think it's ptretty obvious to everyone here that 4x4 and AWD mean the same thing.

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Before doing that, you might want to try to persuade him that RWD is better. Or you could even say something like "I appreciate the offer, but I really don't feel safe driving FWD in the snow so I would prefer something RWD." Maybe he'll go for it, as long as you don't start looking at high powered muscle cars or anything like that. And if he doesn't, then you could buy something on your own. Or maybe let him buy you a FWD car, then find some old 3.8 bird for like $500 that you would only drive when it snows.

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translation: 4 wheel drive DOES NOT EQUAL all wheel drive.

they are 2 different systems. awd cannot be turned off, while a 4wd vehicle can have 2wd, 4hi and 4lo. in the case of newer explorers, they have 4auto instead of 2wd. this is not the same as awd either. it uses sensors to detect rear wheel slippage and will send power to the front wheels, but only below 30 mph or so.
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I was just wondering why he doesnt think and Eclipse is a good car, I drove my brother's 02 Stratus R/T Everyday for about a month last year and I didnt mind it at all.
a 90-99 awd eclipse/talon would be a great choice. awd, 4g63, super cheap and easy to make ****loads of power. plus you could take it up to the snow and pass all the lifted trucks doing 5mph cause they dont know how to drive their truck cause they only have it cause its a fad and theyre urban cowboys that cant even drive over a curb.

but a 00-05 eclipse(aka the 3rd gens) are ****ty. i wish mitsu never called them eclipse, shouldve called them "ribbed trojans with weak motors and no awd made for girlies and gay 2f2f movies". theyre a discrace. though sadly theyre pretty reliable, but if im gonna get a car that crappy, ugly and slow, ill get a civic.

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