Here’s the latest reader question, along with my reply!
Scotty writes: Wouldn’t I love to to be able to drive my Toyota Corona Station Wagon again (circa 1977). I drove that thing cross-country after college and took it off road to camp on BLM lands in crazy terrain and it always kept on going. The car was a nimble workhorse. The movie, “When Harry met Sally” featured a Corona wagon as Harry’s car…
My reply: Indeed! And, which one? Meg Ryan in her prime was a hot one. But the Corona was a good one. No, make that a great one. Like you, I miss the functional saneness of the cars of that era. More, the personality they have – which new cars just don’t.
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