No...not me. Though, if I could retire now...I would. I have a LOT I'd LOVE to be doing...he heh.
But, no...this is about retiring a daily driver ... specifically an older daily driver. I got to thinking about this as I washed/waxed my '87 MC LS today, a far cry from what I was doing LAST Saturday:
At least tomorrow I'll be driving my older 4 MCs....
Yes, I'm looking for a winter beater right now...but, I'm wondering if I should retire the '87 MC LS from daily status altogether. I don't really want to....but, well, maybe it'd be better.
So...for those driving older cars (older than 1995, including 1970-1988 MCs)...
Why keep daily driving your car?
Have you thought about getting something newer? If so...why? If not...why not?
And...for those that have retired an older car (1995 and older, including 1970-1988 MCs) and bought something newer...
What led you to that decision? What was the major factor?
What did you get newer? Are you glad you retired and replaced your daily driver?
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