[CR]re: old stuff

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Date: Tue, 11 May 2004 14:44:38 -0400
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From: "Roy H. Drinkwater" <roydrink@ptd.net>
Subject: [CR]re: old stuff

George Argiris wrote:
> Ya, what would you rather cruise in, a 2004 Chevy, or a 1957 Chevy?

Well, having just received my 2004 Malibu... %^)

But of course, the key word here is 'cruise'. Knowing many car enthusiasts around here, it's a hobby to find, restore, tinker and show off their finds. I can explain my bicycles by comparing them to their cars. While they don't drive their Rolls, Ferrari or Harley every day, it's a special treat to open up the garage, pull it out and cruise.

It's the same with watches, guns, and many other things that are collected.

A modern "whatever" doesn't have the class of an old "whatever", but if you're using it everyday it's less hassle to use, does more with less, and it's of a heartbreak to trash it and get another. - the collectors concession.

Roy "looking for that stopwatch holder" Drinkwater Lititz, PA