My 95 SSEi has the following measurements as of Mid Febuary '05 :
#1 - 145psi
#2 - 142psi
#3 - 145psi
#4 - 135psi
#5 - 140psi
#6 - 145psi
Your readings seem nearly fine to me, but i agree that you should perform a wet test (oil in the cylinder before testing) to narrow down the cause of your lower readings in that one cylinder. If the wet test brings the numbers back up to unison with the other cylinders, its almost garaunteed to be worn rings. If it does not change, chances are the valve seats are worn and they aren't sealing when closed on the compression stroke OR the head gasket is on its way out, which would carry a nice lil' bill along behind it... Good luck with it though, honestly i wouldnt worry about it much though..
The tranny recently gave up in my Bonnie
, and i decided to fix it as i have already invested nearly 4 grand into a car which i paid $5000 Canadian for, (brand new entire fuel system including injectors, gas tank, lines, rails etc. totalling aprox $1800) $1000+ HUD windshield, $600 in tires, $1000+ in paint, and now a $1400 (a steal in my eyes) full rebuild on the transaxle is underway. Why waste a car with already so much invested, when a little more invested would bring it near show room condition.
The near future holds in store an M62 rebuild, and the distant future i will consider a full engine rebuild to bring her back to mint condition asides from the front end clunk which no garage can seem to be able to figure out!!! After all this come the mods
Oh BTW it has 192000 or so km'*. So anyway my point is, if you really care about your car, chances are you will keep it and invest more into it like i did. Keep the BonnieClub GOING STRONG!!!