Hello Everyone. Nice to meet you, I'm sure. It's nice to find that more people are fond of "my" car. I was at the Ford dealership in South Carolina back in October 1989, when a car carrier arrived with a load of new cars from the Ford factory. I bought my 1990 Ford Escort GT before it was even unloaded off the car carrier. I never dreamed that I would still have it more than 30 years later. It was a pleasure to own & to drive for many years. It needs TLC, but it's Ford Tough. I wasn't driving it all of the time and life distracted me from taking proper care of it a number of years ago. Time slipped by. It's been sitting at my house in Virginia for years now. Now that I can refocus on it, I have to work out whether to invest in getting it back on the road or part with it in some way. It was always such a tough little car. I loved it and I'm confident that it could be brought back into service if I decide to go that route. I think it has something like 125 or 130k miles on it. I think it was 3 years ago that I had it running & had a state inspection done so it isn't too far gone if I want to invest my time & energy in it. Naturally, there are pro's & con's. I would have to get tires, a battery, a tune up and have it cleaned up, first, which is too much to put into it unless I'm going to preserve it as a useful vehicle. This car thrived on being used. It was always so reliable. The bumpers became brittle & crumbled quite a lot several years ago but, I wasn't able to find new old stock easily the last time I searched. What options are there for my crumbled bumpers these days? Lol, are they printing them with 3-D printers yet? Your feedback will be welcomed & appreciated.