I have the opportunity to get a 1995 Chrysler Concorde for 1,000 dollars. The car has 51k miles, and is in perfect shape. Always dealer maintained, and driven by my 67 yr old aunt, which explains the fairly low miles. She has already had the A/C compressor replaced twice, and the transmission once. Here is the question: I currently have a 1994 Geo Prizm(Toyota motor and trans) with 90k miles, which I could sell for 1500-2000 dollars. Outwardly, the deal seems great. A bigger car(Concorde) in better shape with lower miles. What I am afraid of is the track record of the Concorde. I seem to see a lot of Chrysler problem areas whereas the Prizm is pretty much trouble-free. And if something does go wrong with the Prizm, it's pretty cheap to fix. Do you think I have a good shot at the Chrysler being trouble-free for 2-3 yrs? I have no job, so the thought of an expensive repair job is daunting to me. So: Keep the Prizm, or go for the Concorde?