Ok, so maybe it's not THE LAST GEO but it's a 2002 Chevy Prizm in Grandma Beige. Last year for the Prizm line.
GM finally thought it over and pinned their headliners up preemptively so I don't have to staple them. Ok, maybe this is a Toyota idea.
Speaking of Toyota, everyone stopped caring by this point so they stuck a Toyota symbol right on the keys you can proudly acquire with the rest of the car at the Chevy dealer in your heorin-infested small town.
Most pressing issue was how the inside door handle broke. I had to roll down my window like a knuckle-dragger.
Investigation found a failed plastic hinge pin in there. I searched high and low (< $5 on ebay shipped) but then discovered the EXACT PART I needed three feet aft serving lighter duty on the rear door. Pulled the ol' switcheroo!
So I dragged this thing home on my sketchy tow dolley then tried to find it space in my driveway. Parked it in front of the plow but it was sorta sticking into the road so I backed it up real slowly. Turns out snow plows are sharp and pointy and don't give much. Heard a little crunchy creak and I busted my own tail light ever so slightly! But in good news no passers-by hit my car!
There's a little rust but it's not too bad. The fender kinda looks like a zipper!
The seller (a real college fool) said the thing needed some brake lines. I could only find one inch under this stupid clamp. I had a corolla a few years ago that also needed all the fuel and EVAP lines in this bundle but these knock wood still look okay.
Taxachusetts started worrying about out-of-state students conning them out of fees so they seem to have issued these stickers.
Speaking of stickers, the inspection is so out-of-date the color came around again on the rainbow and looks legal from 50 paces!
Where the action is. Seller said he used to add oil. My corolla took a quart every 350 miles or so! All this Vtec
VVT-i power goes through a 3 speed automatic!
Everything in this picture except a couple letters on the PRNDL are a greyish color beige!