04-02-2011, 06:42 PM
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Most of us get 28-31 mpg in combined, real-world driving. Of course, our cars ARE approaching 30 years of age...
I have a Weber 32/36 (difficult in your state) for smoothness rather than increased power and get 26-29 mpg in combined driving.
The '84-'85 are a mile or two more economical because of the different gear ratios.
AND - see PM for some more info...
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