it's amazing how your top speed on your speedometer is 30 more than my 82 celica
But my car doesn't go passed 0 mph now. You're probably thinking because it's dead or because i don't drive it anymore but you're wrong. It's because the tranny speedometer wire holding thingy broke and the speedometer can't calibrate the speed because we had to disconnect it! The "old man celica" (82) is passed 300K miles. It stopped at 280K miles and my brother drove it from Sunland to LA and back again everyday for school for 4 years then from sunland to irvine and back once a week with all the going out to get food and going to class in between. Then I drove it for 2years to my school which is about 8 mile commute going and coming back everyday. Add 34mile round trip to church every sunday for 6 years and it's well passed 300K. I love carbeurated motors. Somehow you can always get it to start up.
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