<VV> Owned a Corvair from new until today.
bhlamotte at gmail.com
Mon Jan 4 11:53:35 EST 2021
Good story. I think that counts.
On Mon, Jan 4, 2021 at 11:43 AM Eric Taylor via VirtualVairs <
virtualvairs at corvair.org> wrote:
> Not precisely on topic, but related-
> This concept of owning a Corvair since new is a bit tough for us who were
> born the same year as our Corvair. It took me twenty years after getting
> driver's license to find, appreciate and afford a toy car and get the old
> car bug. It took another eight years of going to car shows marvelling at
> peoples automotive gems before I found my defining vehicle - it turned out
> to be a Rampside. Something about working for a living and bringing up
> got in the way of toys. I have had many other toy cars, and they have all
> come and gone although I still have a '63 Lemans coupe and a '71 Triumph
> which play second and third trombone to my Rampside.
> I do appreciate that there are people so focussed as to purchase and keep a
> car for a long period of time. I manage to keep most of my cars for ten to
> fifteen years but then they get moved on for one reason or another. I can
> say that my Corvair is the first vehicle I have ever owned that I intend to
> keep to the end.
> Eric Taylor
> <mailto:Corveric at me.com> Corveric at me.com
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