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Re: Gas price effect on V6 vs V8

Predictions are personal opinions. Everything changes, it is a consistent thing and its nature. Gas prices remain high despite expert predictions . Gasoline costs stay close to what they were recently, regardless of gas costs remaining under $90 a barrel since early August. There are numerous elements leading to the stubbornness of the pump numbers.

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