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July 04, 2020

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yep, see the usa in your chevrolet! before japans invasion!

I bought my first Toyota in 1978. Then after about 20 years, I decided to buy one of those American made land yachts. I had forgotten about making lists of all the little things wrong with a car and taking it in to have them all fixed. With Toyotas, I never had the problem.

With my American car I had a missing window seal on the driver side window, a knob on the radio that fell off, and a missing floor mat. I kept the American car for about a year and then traded for a new Toyota.

Millions of American jobs are tied to Toyota, Honda, and all imports.

How ironic.
Many "import" cars made in USA.
Whereas many "domestic" cars are not made in USA.
These beauties were all made in St. Louis.
Later Corvettes made in Bowling, KY. Which is also where National Corvette Museum is located.

I've alternated between Toyotas and Hondas for the last 40 years. Love them both.

Many parts to American vehicles, two and four wheeled, among others, are made out of the USA. Still like Mopar, Forf=d Harleys, Toyotas, and a couple of others. Couldnt pay me enough to get near a Hyundai, tho.

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