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Car Owner Miles Drivetrain Major Repairs CommentsDate Added
1982 Toyota CelicaKnown, not shown385,60022R % speed manuel none 2016-02-08
2000 Toyota CelicaKnown, not shown280,0251.8 L 4 cyl manual transmission transmission rebuilt twice, new brakes, new clutch, new catalytic converter, new idler pulley I have looked at new cars, but none are as fun to drive as my Celica. Have had the car since 2006 when I bought it with 85,000 miles. Looking to get to 400,000 next. Gas mileage is great. Have run full synthetic oil in it since the day I bought it.2016-02-08
1998 Toyota SiennaRandal Cornell300,011V6 automatic Now on 3rd catalytic converter. Wheel bearings Original engine and transmission. Has been to 48 states and half of Canada.2016-02-06
1995 Toyota CelicaStella256,000GT Radiator, clutch, always changed oil and filter on time, proper maintenence still purrs like a kitten and so fun to drive!! I love my silly-car!! 2016-02-03
2003 Toyota PriusHelen Edwards218,6611.5 liter, 4 cylindar Exhaust pipe, air conditioning, fuel line, and the suspension alignment is off. I need to get muffler/exhaust system repaired as I just had the broken exhaust pipe piece welded years ago. Runs great! Rust developing on rear quarter panel passenger side. Still gets about 39.7 miles per gallon. It used to get about 42 miles per gallon when it was new. Very dependable and comfortable hybrid. I am glad I bought it when I retired.2016-02-01
2006 Toyota TundraBryant Bower500,4304.7 V8, 5 speed automatic alternator replaced at 405169, drive shaft replaced at 428444(but it was probably bent from a rearender); universal joint 8 to 9000 mile oil change intervals,NEVER replaced timing belt, still using original; brakes work at 379,246; replaced spark plugs at 210975 & 402739. One amazing truck.2016-01-27
2006 Toyota CamryYvan302,000V6 Auto Alternator and radiator 2016-01-26
2002 Toyota TacomaMeloni211,0003.4L, Standard Transmission Clutch replaced, U Joints replaced, Drive shaft replaced, rear axle, radiator replaced, need to do front cv axles because of torn boots. Needs shocks. Absolutely love this truck. I am original owner and I have also done normal maintenance/belts etc. I have no intention on parting with this vehicle in the near future. This has hauled many loads in town and made a few trips from the Southwestern US to the Northeastern US. Great vehicle.2016-01-25
1993 Toyota PickupSreve Burg346,00022RE Manual 5speed clutch, starter, alternator, water pump, timing belt, radiator, clutch master and slave cylinders regular tune ups , oil changes , brakes , etc. Works great2016-01-24
2002 Toyota CamryKnown, not shown365,0002.4L automatic passenger side control arm and CV joint 2016-01-22
1997 Toyota CamryShu-Min473,1104 cyl automatic None Original engine. Regular oil changes and tune ups. Solid as a rock and still runs fine!2016-01-18
2000 Toyota SiennaBryan Gibby200,010V6, automatic New engine at 160K; minor collision repairs. Love my Sienna! I have two other Toyotas, but this is still my favorite one to drive. Good gas mileage, more comfortable. Has never gotten stuck in the snow in the 12 winters since I got it! Used extensively for towing a trailer without any difficulty.2016-01-16
1997 Toyota 4RunnerTodd285,0003.4L V6 5/s Manual Driveshaft (slightly damaged while off-roading), Radiator. Everything else is just normal maintenance (timing belt, brakes, etc) I bought with 60k, and cannot believe it still has original clutch! And the A/C still blows cold. Twice I have towed a Jeep Wrangler from Salt Lake to Moab (about 200 miles). That plus all the off-roading we did was NOT easy on the clutch. The only thing I did around 200k was replace the clutch cable. 90% of the work has been done at the local dealer.2016-01-13
2004 Toyota 4RunnerChuck Hayes298,000Automatic, 3.3L Head gasket 2016-01-09
1999 Toyota AvalonKnown, not shown233,150v6 A/c 2016-01-04
2001 Toyota TacomaMatt S234,812V6 Pre-Runner Brakes, rotors, A/C, and couple rear bumpers No mechanical issues, extremely reliable 2016-01-02
1999 Toyota Land CruiserKnown, not shown474,0004.7 automatic 4 speed 2 ball joints, alternator, a squirel chewed up wiring harness had the truck since new, shooting for the half million mark, still on original timing chain and water pump.2016-01-01
2007 Toyota CorollaMichael Hammonds203,0004-1794 1.8L 1ZZ-FE Heater Core; water pump; Serpentine Belt; Rear brake shoes; Best car that I have ever owned. Besides the normal maintenance for the last 9 1/2 years the most expensive thing that I had done was fixing the heater core which went out after 6 years. Would own nothing but a Corolla until I am in the ground.2015-12-29
1994 Toyota Pickupcarl jenkins221,72022re 4cylinder 5speed transmission none i am original owner and use only toyota oil and toyota antifreeze.2015-12-28
2002 Toyota TacomaKnown, not shown360,2292.7l,automatic None I have only changed oil on a regular basis and a couple tune ups. It is a great truck and I expect to get more miles out of it. Misfires a little at idle but runs like a champ when moving. 2015-12-24


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