<VV> Escape from Michigan WAS Tools and Travel

kenpepke at juno.com kenpepke at juno.com
Mon Nov 8 16:53:08 EST 2010

Smitty, you are right about cars escaping from Michigan ... They go so far as to jump on freight trains like hobos.  Hardly a day goes by that I don't see traces of them hiding in railroad box cars heading south!  But, sometimes, just sometimes a few of the real tough guys, you know, those Jeep types are seen sneaking in!  They come up from the deep south ... Toledo!
Ken P

"Smitty" <vairologist at cox.net> wrote:

> From: "kenpepke at juno.com" <kenpepke at juno.com>
> Over the years I have logged hundreds of thousands of miles on Corvairs 
> new and old; drove them just like they were real cars, as well as many 
> other makes.  I have bought, sight unseen, Corvairs from out of state and 
> as far away as California and driven them back to Michigan.
Smitty  Says;   You have been very lucky Ken.   Most cars, once they escape 
Michigan. would rather die than go back.  As proof of that, just check. 
There have been many many more cars exported from the State than imported. 
The ones that are forced back there would rather die than stay there, as 
evidenced by the fact that they don't last as long as (say) in Virginia. 

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