Yeah, we had a 1996 Bronco, and then a 1990 Bronco. We're in the salt belt, NE and when the oil pan rotted out, gas prices were over $3 a gallon, and she went to the graveyard. Although my son bought a replacement oil pan for her, when we looked at all of the rusted bolts that needed to be removed (because you need to lift the front of the engine to get the pan in and out), we figured that there were going to be too many nightmares, with studs snapping, that we decided to send her to her final resting place. She got 12 MPG when I drove her, and about 8 MPG when my son drove her.Yeah, I'm retired and it's just me and the wife. Most everything we need and enjoy is right here in town. It's about 15 miles round trip to Walmart and back. And about the same to the gun club, so we just don't rack up many miles.
To be honest we need 3 cars like we need Covid. But I bought the truck new 32 years ago, (1991). And I wouldn't get much of anything if I sold it. Plus, it comes in handy for picking up big, cumbersome stuff. So it's still worth a lot more to me than the few bucks I would get by selling it.
The worst think about it is the fuel mileage. It get about 10 in town. And in the Summer I have to run premium, or else it knocks like crazy. But because it gets driven so little, it's not too much of an issue.