I went the opposite way...
1970 - '70 AMC Gremlin - *the* most appropriately named car in
history. What a pile of *Junk*.
1974 - '74 Ford Rustang-II - (traded in the Gramlin with 35K miles
(got $500 against the Rustang). It had 75K on it when it was totaled,
but very badly rusted. Wouldn't have lasted long.
1978 - '78 Ford Granada ESS - (delivered the morning after I totaled
the Rustang - coincidence, honest). Gave it away to someone who needed
a car to get to work in '91 w/140K on it.
1985 - '85 Plymouth Voyager LE - Got rid of it after its 4th head
gasket (100K miles) in '92
1990 - '90 Plymouth Voyager LE - Got hit 5 months after I got it -
13.5K damage. Damaged side completely rusted out on the kid in '98.
He'd been hit a couple of times and insurance had paid several times
1992 - '92 Chevy Beretta - Gave it to the kid in '98. Sold to
"wholesale" in '03 (bought the kid a 2002 Taurus).
1995 - '93 Eagle Vision TSi - Junked in '2002 (transmission died) ~95K
1998 - '96 Chrysler Intrepid - Sold at auction in '03 (transmission
"issues"). 75K miles
2001 - '01 Ford Ranger - will drive the wheels off it (currently 83K
2003 - '00 Mercury Sable LS - will replace in 2012 (SWMBO wants a
Mustang Convertible, now that we live where such things are
"reasonable"). currently 93K miles
TYVM / HAGD.
I think that's a vegetable non-food that is popular with survivalists.
And the other is Scottish potato meal. Not totally sure what they
mean. I don't speak letters.
Thank you very much; have a good day.
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