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Old 12-03-2012, 10:52 PM   #4 (permalink)
mackerel
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Pablo - '86 Toyota Pickup 1 Ton, 22RE, W56 trans, 4.300 diff.
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90 day: 25.68 mpg (US)

Red Brighton - '98 Subaru Legacy Wagon Brighton
90 day: 32.3 mpg (US)

Rust Victim - '00 Toyota Tacoma SR5, 2WD, 5 speed manual, 2.4l, Extracab.
Last 3: 29.68 mpg (US)
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A little glancing around says that prices for a car that old are all over the place, but the lowrider crowd seems to like those things. If it was me, and the market and family politics allowed it, I'd look to sell and get something cheaper to drive. That is a big old car, and it looks thirsty. It will take a lot of effort to make it up into the upper 20s, and with that same amount of effort, you could take a different car up into the 30s or 40s.
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