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That's a tough question to answer. Since the vehicle is old, you have to factor in compression loss, the age of the tires, and other factors that come with purchasing an old truck. The 160hp you refer to could be far lower at this point. I wouldn't recommend trying to hit the max speed in a vehicle like this - it could end badly.
Posted on Dec 30, 2016
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