I am tossing up whether to fix the VC SL 202 auto which we have had for around 14 years, the starter motor is playing up so it has become un-reliable. I managed to get out the starter motor bolts today only to discover that the extractors are in the way and there is no room to move the starter motor back to remove it. So I either put the bolts back in that I removed or pull off the extractors and inlet manifold and associated bits and hope the exhaust will move back enough to get the starter out, the whole exhaust from the motor to tail pipe is one piece ie: all welded joints. Or I just get rid of it ie: sell it. Not sure what sort of market there would be for a VC SL 202 auto. Car is quite nice to drive, it has power steering and air (air no working) and has been maintained well all its life. 230,000km. Just not sure if I can be bothered pulling it down when I have the VX SS to drive. Then I think of the 2 regos and 2 insurances not sure which way to jump. It is too good to send to the wreckers but don't know how hard to sell it would be either. There are a few little items that need work but nothing major. Went through a police breatherlizer/roadworthy check the other day and they let it through after a pretty thorough check so I guess that was a good indication that it is roadworthy, they had a few cars canaried at the time.