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my first car n the best!
by granny mobile! from | March 12, 2014
I had this van for 5 years while in high school and college. It was my grandmas and that van took a beating. I'll tell you want it stood high though. I always felt safe and always I will love my baby. I had to get another car cause of gas that's the only problem with this van. High way my van loved doing 80 and did awesome. This is my baby.
by PLYMOUTH, DODGE LADY from FRANKFORT, KY | June 23, 2007
i would not own any other vehicle but a plymouth voyager, dodge caravan, or a grand cherokee jeep, i have yet to buy a town and country, although my brother has one, and he really loves it. They are the best!