no, no.Originally posted by water@Nov 8 2004, 06:13 PM
posted this, then read your post again, read your sig and it totally cracked me up in context of what i was saying...
My mustang (we call it 'Dee Dee') has 53k original miles. It normally sits in the garage under a car cover. It really is a special car, very few mustangs were branded with the 'GTA' emblem and the GTA only existed in 1967. I know cars have come a long way, and yes, the old engines tend to be far less efficient than the ones we're seeing today. However, the history and nostalgia surrounding the cars is about a lot more than technology and gas mileage. They represent a simpler time in our history. They're the cars that many of our older siblings or parents had growing up.Originally posted by water@Nov 8 2004, 08:29 PM
even tho i don't know that much about old american muscle cars, they're way cool. a friend of mine (back in estonia (that's close to finland, hoho)) is restoring a camaro from the 70ies... putting tons of cash into it... plan is to sell it l8r in finland for more cash, come here (to us) to pick up a new project, fix that up, sell it etc... he was a fan of need for speed motor city, so now tryin' to bring it into real life as much as possible...