Yeah, that one sounds good. No ugly grey trim, and a 5spd
. Just be sure to give it a solid test drive, check tires, shocks, brakes, cosmetics inside and out, this will all give you bargaining power if any of this is messed up. Also, if you find a couple of different cars to look at, and find one that comes with maintenance records, that would weigh HEAVILY on my decision. RECORDS are the best way to determine what kind care the car has received (a lot can happen in 12 years).
Post pics, if you buy one....
........also leave some money left over for immediate maintenance of your new car. These cars are great, but as the miles pile up there are some areas that need attention (water pump replacement--the one with the metal impeller--) and a few others. I always try to leave myself some money left over when i buy a car so i can replace a lot of the wear and tear items as well (brakes, plugs, filters, etc.)