I bought the burb in 99 with 107000
miles on it. Since then, new lower
ball joints, heater core, blower motor,
brakes, usual stuff. The best thing
about this old beast is it's easy to
repair. The thing runs fantastic, gets
16-17 mpg on the hwy, and tows a 3000lb
popup with ease. My wife hit a 240 lb
deer at 55 mph with it. Damaged the
fender, hood, and passenger door.
Praise God she was in this ride instead
of the Accord, as it would have wound
up in her lap. If you can find an
old 91 in good shape, it will not
dissapoint you. We are currently
looking at newer ones, but this one has
been so reliable we hesitate to part
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