Lia Kaunzner in sales at Rudy Luther’s Toyota took in a highly unusual Camry in trade, one that had been rolled more than six years earlier and then driven nearly 138,000 more miles.
John and Tess Fitch’s 1999 Camry tumbled after hitting a large snowdrift just over the Iowa border, leaving it with a broken windshield, busted mirrors and dents. “It was like going on the corkscrew ride at Valley Fair- the seat belt protected me and I ended up with just a slight cut on a finger and a sore shoulder for a few weeks,” John said.
Basic fixes were made so the doors could be closed, but they never stopped running the car until they traded it in with 331,000 miles. It’s no surprise that the couple bought another Camry, a 2014 model.