as mentioned earlier, look over the rear end well. Ball joints on these cars wear out and eventually throw the rear alignment out of whack and also create vibration. The other common issue are the wheel bearings. Put the car on a lift and grab a rear wheel/tire at the 3 and 9 o'clock position and try to wiggle it back and forth. See if there is any play. Generally this works if the bearing is worn a great deal. If it's not that bad yet, you won't notice it with this test. Other than that, look over all of the rear bushings (especially the control arms) and the ball joints. Good Luck!!
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