A Compliment

Discussion in '1947-1954' started by vwnate1, Aug 4, 2011.

  1. vwnate1

    vwnate1 Member

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    I think so ;

    Over on one of my old Mercedes Tech Forums , Joe called me a ' Die Hard ' because I don't own nor drive anything modern .

    This is a good thing , no ? .

    The Yankee Farmer in me says yes , indeed it is .
     
  2. 48aero

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    I think some of us are ol' spirits, charged with admiring, enjoying and preserving past technology! Long live old trucks!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  3. Wolf

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    OH YEAH!!! its a good thing. I have been called old fashioned as well! I took that as a compliment!
     
  4. HaroldB

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    Talk about a "Die Hard," THIS woman is 101 years old and still driving her Packard.

    Some younger folks think old and practice "fogyism."

    One is Jonathan Klinger who is spending one full year driving a 1930 Model A everywhere he goes. (Starting October 13, 2010) And his stated reason? "Because not everything a person owns should contain a computer."
    Follow his blog - 365 Days of A

    And then there's the older two couples that drove their Model A's 11,609 miles round trip from Atlanta to arctic circle - Our Alaskan Adventure
     
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