Is there to estimate how many vehicles of a certain model and year are still on the road today?
I asked this question before and was not impressed with the joking answer I got. Are there any real gurus on here who can give a real answer?
Toyota...all makes, all models...wasn't crazy about the counterflow radiator Toyota Tercel, but they had their reasons...no doubt. No one says their engineering or build quality is poor, because clearly they are the BEST~!
Tony Hacker, who worked at Eaton, said all parts Toyota were SPOT ON, and none were rejected~...I also did an automation job for Eaton, their air conditioning relay blocks needed a bit of drafting, The Toyota Corona Mk II is THE Pakistan Taxi cab....they run forever...had one '68 Corona back in Milwaukee...the darned thing ran until it rusted apart...as is what you'll find in the rust belt~
Wow, Judge....That answer came from waaaay out of left field. What does that have to do with the Pontiac Sunbird? LOL!
The reason you received some joking answers is that fact no one can give you a real answer, period. The DMV of each state doesn't share that info and no other entity's keep track of such information. Since you posted this under the 1978 Pontiac Sunfire area, are you looking to see how many are still around? I'd say probably not many due to rust and that these cars are not very desirable to begin with. If your is in decent shape figure it's worth $1500 at the very most, and that's if someone is actually willing to buy one. HTH's.
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