BODY SHELL?? Where do you get off padding the results using a body
I figure it 25.5 So there!
>>>>On 2/26/00 7:33 AM so and so (Metallian6@aol.com) said. (And I quote:)
>For me the average age of me and my wifes cars is 25.2 years old. this
>includes my 62 Sprite, 79 Spitfire, 79 Trans Am, 76 Spitfire body shell, and
>my wifes 78 Olds Cutlass Supream. Our youngest vehicle is 21 years old.
>Almost as old as I am. :-) Also I am only the third owner of my Sprite.
>1962 AH Sprite MK II (under restoration)
>1976 Spitfire 1500 (body shell parting out)
>1978 Olds Cutlass Supreme (wife's car)
>1979 Spitfire 1500 "Judas"
>1979 Trans Am (back on the road again)
>Web site links: <A
>lcome to my british car site</A>
> Register your Sprite here: <A
> Register your Midget here: <A
><< "Keith R. Pennell" wrote:
> > Listers,
> > While doing a short fun drive in the BN7 this evening, I happened to be
> > thinking about the number and various cars I have seen listed by this
> > group. The thought came to me " I wonder what the average age of all
> > the lister's vehicles is?"
> > For me it is 20.6 yrs. Include family vehicles.
> > Keith Pennell >>
Keep your top down and your chin up.
Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
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Philadelphia, PA 19104
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