I'm at the point where I have to decide if it's time to let go and the truth is I just don't want to! I can't even find a kbb value for a 1990, but mine still looks pretty good and only has 140,000. miles. It needs a little work now, but for 6 years I didn't put a drop of money into her, except oil changes.
I was the second owner.
smooth ride. I've been test driving cars that are ten years older and I still prefer how mine feels. I drive a v-6
it's old so of course it's not the prettiest of cars!
I bought this car from the original owner who took great care of it about 6 weeks ago. I have to say this is the best used car I have ever bought. I can't believe this car is 16 years old. I have owned newer cars that were not as "modern" as this feels. Solid as the day it was built. With only 130,000 miles it's still got a LOT of life left in it. It runs like new, looks great. Everything about the feel of this car is great.
I bought this car brand new in 1990. The
car lasted forever without ever having
anything wrong with it. I had 168,000
miles on the car when i slid off the
road into a tree. I was doing about 30
and no injurys except a minor bruise.
The car only had one problem. the ac
went @ 140,000 on it. The car is
comfortable and was drivin from ny to
florida a bunch of times and was great.
miss the car alot and wish toyota
brought back the camry wagon.
Comfort, Excellent reliablity, velvet
like seats, power from the 156HP V-6.
Not a thing. The car was made absolutely
perfect. If you liked camry wagons, buy
a highlander. that what i did and its
just like it. great on gas for an suv,
reliable, and safe
I purchased a 1990 Toyota Camry LE
Wagon in 1990. I just sold it and it
was the best car I ever had. No
trouble no crashes nothing. I drive to
New York and back everyday and it never
gave up on me. When I finally sold it,
it had 240,000 miles on it. It was sad
to let it go but I bought a new car.