Since reliability and fuel efficiency is key, a 2004 Chevy ...
On Tue, 11 May 2004 08:15:43 -0700, George Argiris wrote
> Ya, what would you rather cruise in, a 2004 Chevy, or a 1957 Chevy?
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> M Sachs Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2004 8:01 AM To: Grant.McLean@SportingLife.ca
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> Subject: [CR]Re: old stuff
> i think you said what i said.
> chester, ct
> On Tue, 11 May 2004 11:00:17 -0400 Grant McLean
> <Grant.McLean@SportingLife.ca> writes: Richard-san
> One reason I can think of to ride old stuff is that it's cool.
> Stuff that was the cat's ass 'back in the day' is still cool.
> Like those dudes at Goodwood who go racing vintage jaguars or
> ferrarii, although technologically 'obsolete' (thanks Chuck) they are
> still cool. Like those pumas you wore and the music
> Miles Davis played, that De Rosa Eddy rode was da bomb.
> It's got less to do with the fact that it's old, it has more to
> do with the fact that at the time it was made, you could do no
> better. Having the fine taste to recognize these achievements
> doesn't hurt one's reputation for coolness either...
> Grant McLean
> toronto, canada
> e-RICHIE aka Richard M Sachs of Chester, CT wrote:
> i can't think of a reason to use the old stuff - except
> that some of it is pretty.