I got mine for $500, and spent another $500 getting it running. Best. Winter. Car. Ever.
Last winter, I took it out 'hooning every time we had anything on the ground. The best was when it spent 8 hours raining, then dumped 6" of snow on top. I was doing 4wd donuts in a big hole full of 8" of muddy, snowy mess, and it never even pretended like it thought it was going to get stuck.
only if you like dealing with faulty trannies^^^older tacoma 4x4 or 4runner 4x4.
I hope you aren't talking about a 95 jeep, those auto trannys(most common) are bullet proof(japanese) and nothing is wrong with the 5spds either. Just sold my auto 93 with 150+k and it shifted like new. Toyotas are nice but for what you would pay for a decent jeep, you get a 250+k beat to hell yota.
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2013 fit sport
2007.5 silverado single cab short bed
The car you have now with snow tires. Someone probably said it already, but I didn't read the thread. I had snow tires on my S2000 and it was better than any SUV or AWD car. People really underestimate the effectiveness of snow tires....since most people haven't actually used them.
'15 Accord Sport | '14 F800GS Adventure | '12 Fit Sport | '08 E92 M3 (Sold) | '07 S2000 (Sold) | '01 S2000 (Stolen) | '97 Integra LS (Sold) '12 Monster 796 ABS (Sold) | '05 YZF-R6 (Sold)
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