Kangas Mommy wrote:Whats the video show? my computer sucks. ...
cheekymunkee wrote:I had a 1974 Toyota Corolla with over 300,000 miles on it, the window fell out if you tried to roll it down, reverse didn't work, in fact, only first and third worked. Every time I started it I had to put water, oil, transmission fluid and brake fluid in it. It leaked when it rained, the floor board in the back was rusted through, the wipers flew off if you turned them on high but that car ran like a top. It got like 5000 miles to the gallon and the key was broken off in the ignition, the locks didn't work but someone decided they needed it more than I did ( I had retired it to a "beer run" car) and stole it. I had it about 5 years, I bought it from my brother for $300 who had bought it 3 years before for around $500. I bet it's still running.
LoveABull wrote:1991 Nissan Sentra with somewhere around ONLY 130,000 on it!
mnp13 wrote:There is something wrong with the back end of the car though, and I'm afraid to find out what at this point... it makes this loud grinding/humming/rumbling sound that changes depending on the speed I'm driving at.
Marinepits wrote:Nope. Gonna stick with my old Jeep.
cheekymunkee wrote:Pffft, reverse is for wimps!! I drove my car for about a year with no reverse. Either park on a hill or parallel park so you can just take off. Ain't no thang.
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