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I know some people that have or has some of the cars that you've say in your post that they are too bad. My cousin has one Peugeot 308 Allure 2013 and the engine was broken down in half a year, and he was too dissapointed. Here the Peugeot-Citroën cars are too bad, like the Renault, Ford, Chevrolet, Fiat and VW. Except Toyota, but they have too high the cars prices.
 

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One morning riding the bus on my way to my high school, I spotted an old, but shiny, black 1940 Ford sedan for sale at a filling station. On the way home I stopped and inquired about it. Days later, I purchased it, but had no license to drive. An older licensed classmate of mine agreed to drive it the 5 miles to my home. A bit of a wild guy, as he drove off, he squealed the tires, and broke the drive shaft just blocks away from my home. So my first serious repair job was to make it driveable again, and once I did, I drove off happily with no major problems thereafter.
 

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I have learned how to drive using our old Mitsubishi Adventure, I think it is the 2000 model. The first that my family owned is a 1969 Ford Bronco. This car is still in good condition since it is well-maintained. My grandpa still uses it on our farm.
 
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