MODEL YEAR 1999 FUEL ECONOMY GUIDE... DOE/EE-0178... U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY... OCTOBER 1998.
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MODEL YEAR 1999 FUEL ECONOMY GUIDE... DOE/EE-0178... U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY... OCTOBER 1998.

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