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A Horse With No Name

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I ran the VIN of the typhoon through GM VIS. Truck was sold in Texas, Fully loaded. Never had a warranty claim in it's entire period.

Sad :(


Well, these things are approaching the 20 year mark soon ('91 Syclone='11, '92-'93 Typhoon='12/'13). Too many have been modified by their 2nd/3rd/4th owners, so finding one in original condition that has been well-cared for will be quite the find in a few years. I came < > this close to buying a pristine '91 Syclone back in the spring of '98, but my bank wasn't working with me too well on the loan so I had to back out. Probably a good thing, as it would have been my daily-driver, and that particular one deserved to be kept in the garage as it was for the first 7 years of its life.

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