Garnet Red Pearl
Air Conditioning and Four-Speed, Automatic Transmission
I bought the car in August 2015. It needs some work, but I wanted to get a Scoupe before the market dried up. It has 70,000 miles on the odometer. I have been watching the market off and on, and I have only found three or four other face-lifted Scoupes for sale in the United States with lower miles than this one. The car came with virtually no service records, but the timing belt has been changed. The AutoCheck vehicle history report for the VIN returned two accidents, but the car does not show many signs of them. I am the fourth owner. The car is rust free and was garage kept. I do not have any solid plans for it other than to keep it on the road and maybe bring it to a few car meets since it is a relatively obscure model, and there are very few of them still being driven on the roads today. After doing some research, it appears that the automatic transmissions in these vehicles are notorious for failing prematurely. I might convert it to a manual transmission if the transmission needs rebuilding or replacing. When I just bought it, I was the third person to own it during the past 365 calendar days.
1993 Hyundai Scoupe (Garnet Red Pearl)
A cold air-intake for the car will be installed soon.
No modifications, just needs a good detailing sometime.
No modifications, just a small D.I.Y. repair to the rear passenger-side window because the seal appeared to be leaking.
Original Hyundai Radio and Cassette Player with the Blinking Anti-Theft Light
Wheel and Tire
Original 14" wheels with original wheel covers. Tires are some basic all-season tires sold by Sears Auto Centers.