Found only because of a search for “Geo Prism” on a whim, here’s a red sedan of uncertain year. Advertised as a fixer, this car hasn’t run in a couple of years, though it looks fairly complete, and though significantly oxidized, not too bad in general. Especially considering the asking price.Continue reading “Red ‘Mechanic Special’”
UPDATE 1/29/2019 – This two-tone oddball is still for sale, price reduced to $1900.
Sounds like the cadence of the quarterback ready to make an audible right? Or just a slightly confused Japanese-American sedan…Continue reading “Blue ’92”
Looking for a fixer or parts car in super-rare hatchback form and live on the East Coast?
It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Not a lot of GSi out there to choose from for sale. Either some genius is hording them in a climate-controlled warehouse, or there just aren’t too many left. While the former is a lottery win dream come true for some, I would suspect that the latter is the case. Continue reading “No Title, No Problem – White ’90 Sedan For Sale”
Well, it’s been a while again – very few GSi available for sale for the past few weeks – unless you count those that are strangely still for sale. But this particular example is probably the cheapest one seen online – just $350 bones gets you in the door of GSi ownership.
(So I don’t have to.)
Featured here a while back, this is the cream of the crop when it comes to the Prizm GSi. Sure, it’s not in perfect condition, but someone with a little wherewithal and gumption could get this baby spiffed up in a jiffy.
Sometimes it’s hard to know what to say about a car based on an ad. Obviously rough-looking due to a rattle-can primer paint job, this 1990 sedan is located in Madison, Wisconsin – which in itself is a big red flag. These cars, after all, are not known for robust rust resistance. But, the seller says that the car spent most of its life in Southern California. So there’s that.
Scrolling back through the posts on this blog, you will notice a pattern – you can have a Prizm GSi in any color you like, as long as it’s red, white or black. Sure there were a few outliers – a silver, a subtle champagne color, as well as a nice dark blue. But for the most part, it was one of the big three listed above.