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Old 07-22-2016, 09:13 AM   #18
FauxDiablo
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Location: Minnesnowta
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Low miles on a car that is 15 years old is no better than really high miles on a car that is one year old. They need to be driven.

Newer with high miles, you get wear and tear from the operation of the car. This is easy to deal with.

In an older car with low miles, you get rubber and plastic parts that deteriorate, get hard and become brittle. Non-serviceable oils and grease become hard. You WILL have minute traces of moisture in EVERYTHING, and it will leave it's mark as corrosion in some way, shape or form.

Sounds like your plastic trunk tank took a crap.
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