car culture shifting

GregV814

Well-Known Member
I've got a few years behind me, and like many things I've seen trends come and go.
I've had a few Corvettes, a few Model A's, I dabbled in Bristish cars, a few early 50's pick ups, a 55 chevy a few 49-52 Bel Airs, the list goes on. I've made a little money, lost some, but had a ball.
Now try to buy a fixer upper , project, for under 10-12 thousand!!! No. I dont want a '64 Pontiac 4S, "some rust, no cancer, original miles???", "ran 2 years ago" for $8500.00.

Honda? Toyota, Kia??? KIA????, rusty 81 Beetle???

Okay, I'm done venting. Thank you.
 

my-thyme

..if momma ain't happy...
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glhs837

Power with Control
Get yourself a BMW... :)

Might I recommend an older 5 series....... What was factory designated as the E34. Ever seen Ronin? This car was in one of the best car chase scenes ever filmed.

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StadEMS3

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Mustang II's are coming up in value. They are hard to find in decent shape since most rotted away or were chopped up for their front ends. My 74 Ghia and 78 King Cobra.
 

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