Hi, I have a 96 and a sonett not on the road yet. As you know the 96 has the same drive line and also shares a lot of the same parts, as I just had to replace the head light relay with a spare I got off a sonett, same part. now if the dive line is in good shape it will won't need much attention besides general matance. The v4 engine is a ford piece and and industrial motor so most of the parts are avalible new. I would not put the ac back on. I don't have ac but I am told it is better not to have it. I think all the ac units were dealer installed and not origonaly a part of the car, so they don't work well and are very taxing on a sixty bhp motor. An other thing to break and cause problems. So the former owner did you a favour by removing it. Sonetts sub frame is prone to rust. Owning any 40 year old car will be some type of chore, a sonett is not a bad one as long as you start with a good one. It is not British.
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