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Old 04-21-2014, 06:57 AM
Location: Florida
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Originally Posted by harpoonalt View Post
It's been years since we visited FL to visit the in-laws. What still sticks in my mind is driving past a woman, well into her golden years, clinging to the steering wheel and just able to look over it. The car? Looked like a brand new Corvette, going all of 55mph.
I'm sure there's a story there.
Sure...can finally spend the money on it and left the kids and grandkids up north so can have the car she'd been really wanting for the last 40 years.
Goodbye car seats and 30 bags of groceries.
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Old 04-21-2014, 10:14 AM
Location: Victoria TX
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Where do these perceptions come from? When my sister was 76, she switched from a Buick to a Fusion, no problem.

Today's seniors bought VWs and Corollas in 1970. People wearing hats who bought New Yorkers and Delta 88s and put compasses on the dashboard then are dead.
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