The new Taco

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RX-7 Chris
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Re: The new Taco

Postby RX-7 Chris » Wed Sep 27, 2017 9:14

maturity I guess, haha.
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Re: The new Taco

Postby Huzer » Wed Sep 27, 2017 9:14

A spouse that isn't terribly keen on yearly car swaps cuts down on that too. Don't think for a second I haven't wanted to at some point. I had a plan to sell the truck and buy an 95-97 Land Cruiser. Getting into something older though guarantees working on it, which then guarantees I'll get tired of working on it and wanting to dump it in a couple of years. I don't mind that for my project, but not for my DD...if you can even call the Taco a DD. It is close to surpassing the wife's vehicle on the ODO, despite having had the Jeep a year and a half longer. Quite a difference from only putting 4k on the Focus before trading that in.

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Re: The new Taco

Postby Shadowden » Thu Sep 28, 2017 9:14

In the future, when you are ready to get rid of the Taco, please keep me in mind.

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Re: The new Taco

Postby Huzer » Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:14

In the long list of cars, the Tacoma has now reached a new level...it's second only behind my '96 Yukon in terms of length of ownership. I have some time to catch up to that one, though. I had it 4 years! Ha.


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