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Old 07-28-2004, 11:28 AM   #36
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Originally Posted by 2strokebloke
It's a shame, because the Yugo is a very friendly car for a novice mechanic to start working on. But even so, alot of people still don't feel confident trying to fix their cars.

And mr. Oldsmobile driver, wait another 15 years and see what your parts and service situation is - then it can actually be compared to that of the Yugo currently.
Well Mr. Yugo Driver:

In 15 to 20 years, most Yugos will end up as Chicken Coops, open pit barabcues, showers, fire place, or planting potter for your garden or Das U Boat Yugo as we saw in the Los Angeles Auto Show a few years back..

Currently there are 15 to 20 year old Oldsmobile are running on American roads and parts and service are avaiable.

Even 30 year cars you can find parts thanks in part to Ebay.
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