Thanks for the input, I always have to be reasonably sure I can reconstruct some of the vehicle history before buying one. Thats why buying the one I have from an older gentlemen with only one arm that drove the car less than 3,000 miles a year was not that hard.
How does the drivetrain compare in the car? Is the tranny better or worse in the 1993? Then what about the engine, any major differences there?
Captain, if I don't get the 1993 I am planning on either a flowmaster or magnaflow exhaust set up, so that will "fix" the A/C as you mentioned
Just to weigh in my opinion on the discussion I caused, I agree that a car with 50,000 miles can be abused, and also that one with 140k can still be in good shape, there are usually signs to determine that, but there are not signs to know if any car was overheated, or similar things that may shorten the life of the engine or tranny. In that case the car with 140k would potentially have more unknown history.