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maglite15

1992 Toyota Camry

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Would you buy a 1992 Camry with a 4 cyl. and 275000 miles, or is that too high of miles. They want 1500 for it. Just wanting it for a daily driver to save a little on gas. The only thing that has been done was a new automatic tranny about 70000 miles ago. Thanks in advance for any info.

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Offer them $900. Those cars are reliable, my father has one with almost 500,000 miles on it. With the original motor and tranny. For me, I will never pay over $1000 for a vehicle with almost 300,000 miles.

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He wont move on the price cause he says wont be a problem to get 1500 for it. I have always heard they will go forever, but I am just a little nervous about a car with that many miles.

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I have a '94 Camry 2.2L, 200K miles and by far the best vehicle I've ever owned. (knock on wood) I maintain my vehicles regularily, and this Camry is the easiest to maintain...

Heck, our toyo still that the entire original exhaust system without a hiccup.

These cars hold their value quite well, and they do sell with that many miles. I personally would like to see some sort of maintanance records to see that car wasn't neglected though.

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