I thought I'd risk it and spend a little money on a used car after they raised the bus fare to the point of stupidity --- and despite my lack of experience with autos, I think I might have gotten a really good deal on this ol' dinosaur. I've had it for almost 6 months now and the only thing its needed is gas, it doesn't leak anything from anywhere, the interior and exterior is in amazingly good condition, and everything except the electric antenna works! I got this car because I read a couple books on the subject and they said this type is good because the rear-wheel drive is more reliable, and it sure seems to be --- it just uses a LOT of gas, getting only 5 or 6 kilomters per liter (13miles/gallon).
Anyway, thanks for answering. I have a digital camera and can easily take pics --- could you tell me what to do to try to fix the horn problem? Do you think it would need a new part or is it fixable simply by taking something apart and maybe moving something around or re-tightening something, somehow? I don't really want to completely de-activate the horn, on the other hand I hate it when it goes off in a crowded parking lot (as you can imagine