<VV> Escape from Michigan WAS Tools and Travel (HUMOR?)
jay.pitchford at gmail.com
Mon Nov 8 18:29:11 EST 2010
... and don't forget about those undocumented aliens that keep
sneaking across the border ... Hondas from Marysville, OH!
On Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 4:53 PM, kenpepke at juno.com <kenpepke at juno.com> wrote:
> 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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