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Posted on 03/15/2005 9:39:50 AM PST by ICE-FLYER
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I used to think that, too. Until I went thru five transmissions in my Ford Windstar in 83,000 miles. That was the last straw with my dedication to US cars. Until they start making their cars like Japan (and S. Korea), I will have to buy foreign.
My 1991 Nissan Sentra has 144,000 miles and has never given me ANY trouble - period. And, the employees in Smyrna appreciate my business, although not very often. I am still contributing to the US economy. I still don't feel guilty. ;>)
I bought my 88 Accord USED. It now has over 250k on it and runs great!!! My Buick Century has been sitting in the driveway for over a year with a tranny that won't shift out of low. Eventually I'll creep it to a junk yard.
Goodonya. I hope to get that much out of mine.
Don't let it overheat and you should have no problems.. :)
I buy Korean cars. Why? Because not one cent of mine is going to union mobsters and union communist thugs if I can help it.
Korean - no way.
I have a '91 Pontiac Firebird that I bought new with the old Chevy small block V-8 that just goes and goes - I'm nearing 180,000 miles. The main problem I have with it is that I've worn out the driver's seat. But the car was assembled in Canada (French Canada, of all the God-forsaken places)so does that count?
Check out www.seura.com ! The earliest versions of Séura products were assembled in Tim and Gretchens garage workshop. As interest in their ideas accelerated, so did their production. The first product line was formulated: Séuras Enhanced Series vanshing TV Mirrors.
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