December 2002 Issue
No Toyota For Me
I read all of the articles in Aviation Consumer and your sister publications and usually find them interesting. I never (until now) felt it was important to reply to an article.
Iím sorry, Paul Bertorelli, but I wonít be standing in line to buy one of the Toyota aircraft, even if it is actually produced. Donít know who A. Sandy Munro is and donít care. If it is fine with him to have another country drop their excess production in the U.S. produced by employees who make next to nothing in their own country, so be it. It isnít fine with me.
Even if they partially assemble (as with autos) in this country, I wonít be there buying one. If insurance costs are...
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