I use and talk about, but don't sell Amsoil.
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06 4.7 Tundra replaced a 98 Dakota 3.9.
623,000 miles on original engine and transmission, using Amsoil by-pass filters and lubrication.
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I guess I've always been a sucker for Packards. Came close to buying one a couple times...in at least one case, if I knew then what I know now, I'd have bought it with no problem.
When I was a kid, about 12-14 or so, there was one about this vintage, a coupe, running around my town. It was primer grey, and looked like it had gone through the war backwards. Certainly not as shiny as this (probably hadn't been that shiny since a couple days after it left the dealer's lot).
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I don't know why, I've just never been able to appreciate cars that old. I am turned off by everything from the beginning through the '50s excessive fins era.
see im just the opposite, back then cars seemed to have character, unique style, actual bumpers lol
ever since about 1990 (i have VERY few cars i like from them on, even up to then i don't like alot) i think cars got boring, bland, no character nothing interesting (just crap to make retarded drivers even dumber) and that cause a crapload of damage repair wise from a 2 mph bump
new cars all look like boring crap to me and their features and technology they have is way way way too much
lol yea you see these old 40's cars in movies and magazines and whatnot but at museums its like holy crap thier huge!
gotta remember in the 40's there were still very few paved roads so ground clearance was still an issue