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Old 08-23-2007, 02:14 PM   #61
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130 days until retirement. We bought vehicles recently that we will have for a long time.

2007 Chevy crewcab Z71
2000 Chevy Z71, gotta sell it
2006 impala
2004 Mazdaspeed Miata
2001 Harley Road King Classic

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Old 08-23-2007, 04:57 PM   #62
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"Nice car. Did you get a good price? Cry over parting with it or celebrate?"

I bought the car in 1973 from a Ferrari mechanic in San Francisco. He also had a Ferrari Daytona. He convinced me that the Daytona was too hard to steer in traffic ( I lived in S.F. at the time). This was the car that at one time was later worth about a half million dollars.

I was sorry about missing that one.

I put the Alfa on Craigslist for a low price since it was stored at my ranch in Mendocino County which is a two hour drive north of S.F.

I got well over a hundred emails and two people drove to the ranch just to see it. One brought a car trailer and bought it for about $4,500. It was in lousy shape but no rust. Great engine.

The Alfa nuts are an amazing bunch. Even got a call from the original mechanic. Told me the Ferrari was never sold, he kept it.

Strange trip.


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Old 08-25-2007, 02:38 PM   #63
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Me Saab Convertible ('cause there's sunny days in Texas)
DW Hummer H3 (replaced 3 vehicles with this one, so we tell ourselves it was economical to do so)
lol '... rationalization is better than sex ... ' The Big Chill
whatever works I say.

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