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Hello for Montana!

Post by Etohboy on Wed Oct 24, 2012 1:59 pm

Hello all! I already have a pretty extensive thread on my ‘new’ RT135, so check it out, if you haven’t already. I’m 39 and have lived in Missoula, MT my whole life. I work as a forensic scientist at the state crime lab (not as CSI and you would think…).

I fell in love with Toyotas when my family bought a new 1978 Celica Liftback, 20R, 5 Speed. I inherited the car in 1988 during High School and loved the durability and ease of working on the 20R. It was having problems going uphill and under heavy load, but a new fuel filter fixed it up!! I sold it in 1992 (very stupid!!) and have been without a Toyota since, until the Corona came along. I also have a 1996 Subaru Legacy L Sedan, Auto (AWD is a must for winters here!) and my very first car, a 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass S (350, Turbo 350, bright orange and way too loud and fast for a teenager!). I’m currently trying to save up to fully restore the Cutlass, but I have to say, I REALLY enjoy working on the Toyota, as well as the feel of the 5 speed and 22R in the Corona. Anyway, thanks for reading and hope to hear from you soon (and see your cars, of course!).
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Post by RT85CORONA on Thu Oct 25, 2012 12:10 am

awsome introduction and thanks for writing the first one

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