My wife bought a black 1994 Bonneville SSEi used about two years ago. The former owners didn't really take care of it well (minimal mechanical maintenance and no interior care). My wife (then finace) was content on just fixing the minimal to keep it running. She loves it and appreciates it but doesn't want to put money into it. We've recently moved and I'm making a 30 min commute to work and it'* the more fuel efficient of our vehicles so it'* under my control now
Thanks to the helpful people on this forum, it looks like I should be able to fix all of the little problems it has myself. The Ride, Shift, and Traction control buttons are very sticky, half of the radio buttons on the steering wheel don't work, there'* a part under the hood which I believe is the air-compressor which runs on and off all the time while the car is off, and the middle console 'cubby-hole' has a broken latch and stays open all the time (I'll probably need to go to the junkyard/dealer to fix that properly though).
A good wash, wax, and leather treatment is top on the list. It'* only been washed a few times since she'* owned it and the last time it was waxed was at least two years ago. :(
Any recommendations for the best way to get all that oxidation off (brands/types of waxes)? Do I need to use a special wax on the non-metal parts?