The clowns on the road in the evenings.
It's definitely a risk. I live in Houston, among the worst drivers in the country. It's Mad Max on the roads. But I drive defensively and never really have a problem. I do get people getting close to look. Often they just want me to wave to them before they move off. I find that behavior odd, but not the end of the world. I definitely get it, though. In the end, I have everything insured above replacement value, so... as long as I come out okay...The clowns on the road in the evenings.
Most will see you have something nice and instead of giving a "thumbs-up" will do silly things that could cause an accident or at least be bothersome.
I think so! They are long out of production and few cars made today can match the sporty nature of the S2000. It's no different than a late 60's classic muscle car in the early 80's. Just a tad over a decade old, and already a classic.Does an s2000 count? I put maybe 1000 miles a year. Usually less
Are you talkin' to me? You must be talkin' to me since I have five over 49 years old.
I do 6000km a year.I try to drive my '69 Camaro every weekend unless it is raining or if I'm out of town. I also attend local car shows and club events. I'm averaging 4-5K miles a year.
It is decades away but someday I'll have to hand the keys over to my kids because I can't drive anymore. We will all get there eventually. I don't want to hear myself saying "I wish I would have drove that car more."
When I'm not working (with my 05 Silverado work truck) I drive my 84 Cutlass. To the grocery store in the evening, weekend errands, long trips, all in this car, at least until it snows in November or December usually. Then it's parked until April.How often do you drive your Classic or Antique Cars ?
The reason here is the 77 has no A/C, is noisy and guzzles gas all the reason we do drive it. Also the idiots that are willing to jam themselves into the safe space we leave gets old quick. Now that the cam is gone it will not be driven until re-powered.
I'm in Houston and don't use the AC in my 308... you have no excuse in NHThe reason here is the 77 has no A/C, is noisy and guzzles gas all the reason we do drive it. Also the idiots that are willing to jam themselves into the safe space we leave gets old quick. Now that the cam is gone it will not be driven until re-powered.