Yes, a lot of creative people around in the 50's for music, who cared a lot. Same for the 60's, 70's were great, still ok into the 80's. Stated going downhill after that to the dire state it is in now.
That’s true but I have just heard from the first owner now who had the car from 1987 -2002 and only had 24000 miles when he past it on to his son also the car has been garage all it’s life . He is sorting some pictures out for me . As me and I hope I am talking the same about all of us on here the cars in our lifes are almost like family and how many times do we here I regret selling her . It’s in our blood , yes I was worried about sending the letters out but so far it’s been very supported . I might just be lucky but to here why the car has new headlight on the front from the 4th owner was because they were milky is like heaven to the ears as I was wondering if they got broke . Know I would say go for it as the only real thing to happen is they say get stuffed and that had not happened to me and I have some great pictures to go with my great history .
And the answer is No I will never sell she’s staying in my family and if the kids need the money then it will be there’s to sell . If not I might build a pyramid with me in the car in the dame middle . “ I bet this would take off old John hill always up for making some cash and he has the room “ who going on dragon den with me ?
Jasonmarie wrote:As me and I hope I am talking the same about all of us on here the cars in our lifes are almost like family and how many times do we here I regret selling her .
Any car I own gets treated well and I would have loved to have kept many I have sold the last 5 years or so, but the usual storage and ££ are the main issues we all have......Eventually, my current Sierra ticks all the right boxes and hopefully won't be going anywhere soon