New Zealanders seem to have a huge issue with sticking the right / proper fuel in their cars.
I've watched people stick 91 into their 335's, S4's, WRX's (makes a small part of me die internally).
In all fairness, no car should be running 91 ever, and JDM cars especially since they don't even fuel that drops to such terrible quality even available over there.
At least if you owned one, you'd have your own piece of mind knowing you're sticking the right kind of fuel in it.
I’d be worried about general maintenance of everything else tbh
I got a Bp legacy at 232,xxxk, ive just done 50,000k this year in mine, got it this time last year. Only issue I’ve had was the a/c, power steering belt pulley bearing destroying itself
great cars, should have got one sooner
Have you thought about the modern trackers like tile maybe airtag next year or even a cheap cellphone joined to your account as a child. Then you can track and set boundaries as well. The aim cost can be added for $20-25 a month with data only.
Wait, what? It had a popped head gasket, you put some goop in, it still overheats?
You still have a stuffed head gasket.
EDIT: Jesus and you poured a bottle of.... stringy stuff in it? I'd be inclined to take the entire motor, radiator, and heater core and send it to a scrap dealers.
EDIT EDIT: I sound like a bastard, sorry. That "head gasket fix in a bottle" stuff only has one purpose, and that's to pretend your car with a popped head gasket doesn't have one so you can rip someone off on Facebook Marketplace. It is heinous stuff and has no place inside an engine, despite the one-in-1000 "it fixed my head gasket and has gone strong for 1000000kms" stories. The only proper fix for a head gasket is replacement of the head gasket.