There were many of us with brand new Elements paying $4/gal for their first fill up!By the time most of us have 10 year old Elements, gas will be closer to $3.50/gallon.
My brother used to care for his cars that way. Just drive them till they wouldn't start anymore or the engine froze up and then go get another one.My Civic is up to 160,000+ and I haven't changed the oil, filters, plugs or anything for the last 4 years. I was intending to drive it into the ground and then get a new car, but it just won't die.
I hit 53,000 miles and had brake fluid, tranny fluid, rear diff fluid, coolant, oil, blinker fluid, and flux capacitor changed yesterday.My brother used to care for his cars that way. Just drive them till they wouldn't start anymore or the engine froze up and then go get another one.
He has matured over the years and even has a PHD. Still takes care of his cars the same way, but he owns a Civic now;-)
Oh and Sunny hit 100,000 miles on Tuesday this week:grin:
Hey if you do, I had a Speed Racer lunch box back in 74, do you think you could pick another one up for me?:roll:Drives like a new car! And the blinkers are extra shiny and fast now! This weekend on the interstate I'll see if I can get 'er up to 88 mph 8) :lol: