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Old 12-02-2012, 11:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi from Pennsylvania

At the time of this posting I was 21 years old who was looking forward to modifying an 84 Chevy Caprice Classic to get more than 14 MPG City. The car was tuned in late 2011 with some new parts replacing old parts, The oil replaced with full synthetic 5w30 or 5w20 and the tires were inflated to about 50 PSI.

What are some other things I could improve on? I saw the Aerocivic. Thanks for the site!

EDIT: I changed this to be more reflective of being current.

I also don't do much city driving in this vehicle, I think it would be best to reserve this car for long trips and I need new tires for it. I might as well make them LRRs since I don't plan on driving it in the winter anymore.

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