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Old September 15th, 2012, 03:57 PM   #110 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Bob Maxey View Post
I will never purchase a new car. Lots of great new cars to be sure, but I am old and therefore, I want old, dag nabbit. So for me, I visit the web and my search for the next car is overwhelming. And there is always room for a spare tire or perhaps a dead body.

I recall a few good cars arrived in 1965-1970 which was the latest I think I'll go. Like the 1969 Plymouth GTX with a 440. Perhaps a few Vettes past 1970 are acceptable. I might go with something older that is cool, fast, gets 5 MPG and can crush all modern cars.

Do people still patch inner tubes these days? I am trying to find a set of solid rubber tires but oddly enough, they seem to be a discontinued item.
I hear you on all that. My wife's vehicle is in 96 mine is an 87. my boats are 2000 jetskis in 96 my motorcycle is 84 and the list goes on. I was born in the 60's and my wife was born in the 50's I'm not really that much of a kid. But I hear ya on all of that and we all survived somehow someway. You may be older than me what it sounds like, I know a lot of people seen more in there lifetime than me but I've been around for a good while to see a good amount
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