• My sister ran one of those for over 25 years, and it was mechanically bulletproof. She didn't put a huge amount of miles on it in that time, but by the time she let it go, the tinworms had made large sections of it disappear.

  • I had a v-6 5 speed manual version of this (1989) for about 18 years. 98% of the time it had enough room, comfort, economy and power to do whatever was asked of it. I knew it was time to junk it when I pulled up to a traffic light in the cold and rain. I saw steam from the warm brakes/rain rising up through the right fender… dang tinworms..

  • This and the generation of the Camry were undoubtedly the best made Toyota's of the modern era (Landcruiser excluded). 1996 saw the de-contenting trend begin with all the Japanese manufacturers, and things like gold plated electrical connectors, high quality plastics, and highly servicable/rebuildable mechanical components were tossed on the scrap heap for the bean counters.

  • Many families once set aside income for tomorrow, but many are now living for today alone. As a result, you simply cannot afford to take an appliance to home appliance repair services each time something happens.True ApplianceĀ Repair in San Diego

  • The top mount cooler is the most ordinarily purchased sort of ice chest. This is on the grounds that, when all is said in done, it is the most affordable sort of fridge to purchase and it doesn't require a lot of upkeep or fix. Refrigerator Repair SubZero, Viking, GE Monogram, Liebherr, Samsung, LG in San Diego

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