Duh! That may be your opinion, but it certainly shows which ones are worth
spending ones money to preserve, in the opinions of those that owned them.
Apparently not too many Jap car buyers believe their cars, like the old
appliances they owned, are worth spending money to preserve.
I had plenty of cars in my time, both domestics and foreign, none of the
imports were worth keeping in my opinion, so I sold them.
The six I was willing to save and spend my money to preserve are all
domestics, the oldest in a 1941 and the newest a 1983. LOL
Please get a clue, dummy.
Perhaps, but that
Cars being in old car shows has nothing to do with how good they were.
Please get a clue.
Really? Please tell us how you know that? I only ever see a very few at
old car shows. Do you still own one? I still own a 1971 domestic which
has been driven to 299,000 and still going strong with the original drive
Not true. A lot of people puts hundreds of thousands of miles on
Toyotas and Hondae from back then; a higher proportion than on
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