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by Rust Bucket from | December 5, 2012
They told us that it only had the quarter panel rust. Drove 256 miles and the bed is rusted out. They tried to paint over everything.
i have owned this van since i bought it brand new in 1998 and it has 281000 miles and still runs like a champ it handles pretty good and has enough power to pass cars and haul plenty of stuff for a v6 id say it is pretty strong and very gas effecient