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Old 02-26-2014, 08:25 AM   #17 (permalink)
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I'm sure you've all read that. I've always been fascinated with the piece as counter-factual history of what might have happened with a different approach to raising fuel economy. Rather than drive Suburbans or Expeditions I'd love a 1984 Oldsmobile 98 with a 300hp DI V6 and 6 speed trans.*

Though the 4 door pick up truck has become the default bread and butter sedan of the modern day.*
Owner 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible: 289V8, Cruise-o-matic transmission, vintage burgundy exterior, black interior and top, MSD Ignition, true dual 2.5 in exhaust system, Ford 9in rear. Owned since July 2013, in family since 1967.

DD: 2004 Ford F150 Heritage, single cab, bench, crank windows, 4.6V8, automatic, aftermarket flatbed, Dynomax cat back dual exhaust. Owned since 2006. 2010 Toyota Highlander, V6 AWD, three row, family truckster *
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