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Toyota Camry
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I first bought the car in 2017 with only 176k miles, it had a huge dent in the left fender. In early 2018 I went into a ditch near me house. Ruining the fender more, the hood that wasnt aligned anymore, misalignment, exhaust leak, and 2 front tires that needed replaced. (The stock tires when I got it were 7 years old) Bought new tires (soon replaced all 4) and realigned the car. I’ve keep the exhaust leak for about 6 or 7 months after because I was that kind of person. I eventually fixed it by cutting out the flex pipe and putting a piece of pipe where it sat before. I’ve hit poles with the car, got rear ended and rear ended someone else, the car held up surprisingly and was within my expectations. Alot of domestic people talk trash on imports alot but the question is why is their truck worse than mine. The Camry never broke down on me once, the only problem was a fuel line blockage and fixed it with seafoam. I replaced the the left fender in the 2 and a half years of having it, I also went through a few mufflers. I did have a muffler delete for a bit, one all the way back, one dumped under the trunk and the last muffler delete was dumped under the driver seat. I eventually said scew it and bought a long glasspack and a 3.5 inch resonated tip for it. That was the final exhaust thing I ever did. I put a pair of led reverse lights in and 2 6 inch blue led light bars in the grill. I named the car jasmine because I think of the color green. I sold the car last month for 850 with around 201k miles, a white hood and a ratchet strap across it. All the burnouts, races, donuts will all be missed! So long friend!

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I first bought the car in 2017 with only 176k miles, it had a huge dent in the left fender. In early 2018 I went into a ditch near me house. Ruining the fender more, the hood that wasnt aligned anymore, misalignment, exhaust leak, and 2 front tires that needed replaced. (The stock tires when I got it were 7 years old) Bought new tires (soon replaced all 4) and realigned the car. I’ve keep the exhaust leak for about 6 or 7 months after because I was that kind of person. I eventually fixed it by cutting out the flex pipe and putting a piece of pipe where it sat before. I’ve hit poles with the car, got rear ended and rear ended someone else, the car held up surprisingly and was within my expectations. Alot of domestic people talk trash on imports alot but the question is why is their truck worse than mine. The Camry never broke down on me once, the only problem was a fuel line blockage and fixed it with seafoam. I replaced the the left fender in the 2 and a half years of having it, I also went through a few mufflers. I did have a muffler delete for a bit, one all the way back, one dumped under the trunk and the last muffler delete was dumped under the driver seat. I eventually said scew it and bought a long glasspack and a 3.5 inch resonated tip for it. That was the final exhaust thing I ever did. I put a pair of led reverse lights in and 2 6 inch blue led light bars in the grill. I named the car jasmine because I think of the color green. I sold the car last month for 850 with around 201k miles, a white hood and a ratchet strap across it. All the burnouts, races, donuts will all be missed! So long friend!

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