23 for another few months, i've had the car for 1.5 years or ~10k miles. had my talon for almost 2.5 years and ~9.5k miles. heh
#461 Kensington Grey - 2.0L/T67/etc
2015 Triumph Tiger 800 XCx
2014 Ford Focus ST
Posts: 3717 | From: Tacoma, WA | Member Since: 10/16/03 | IP: (184.108.40.206) |
464/2K <3s Rance and self distrusts 464/2000 1025/2000 553/1000 788/1000
posted 01/30/07 06:02 PM
shows which u luf more ehh?
'95 Lancer Evolution III
2005 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII
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Posts: 4671 | From: Denver,Co | Member Since: 10/21/03 | IP: (220.127.116.11) |
posted 01/30/07 06:19 PM
Guess from a quick look over the other ages, I am one of the older ones at 32.
curtis Space Blanket from NASA plumbed into the attic 475/1000
posted 01/30/07 06:27 PM
36 and feel 6,0 had the mountain of parts since I was 30.
92 GVR4 0475/1000
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Posts: 11892 | From: Clarksville TN | Member Since: 05/04/03 | IP: (18.104.22.168) |
Doing my best to move the median age up. I'll be 38 this year, have been DSM-aware ever since a buddy bought a 90 TSi new off the lot. He's still got it, too. Had the GVR-4 since 2000. Very nearly picked up an Evo about a month ago, but decided that $30+K was too rich for me and will continue to rack up miles on the Galant.
Posts: 482 | From: Lakewood, Colorado, USA | Member Since: 05/08/01 | IP: (22.214.171.124) |
Buncha' whippersnappers! I'm 44 and remember seeing one new on the dealer floor and thinking it was awesome, but expensive. I bought a used Subaru Legacy turbo instead and was hooked; the Legacy and it automatic transmission didn't get along so it went down the road. I always wanted to be environmentally friendly with a four cylinder car, but wanted something faster, and having all wheel drive is a necessity for a powder hound...
Looking at all the posts in this thread up until I started writing this, my rough calculation is an average age of 27, with youngest at age 16, and the oldest at age 60. Extra points go to the oldest and youngest members for bucking the trends in their age group and driving a truly rare and exotic sports sedan.
hey, that makes me above average!!! there were a few cars i remember seeing in the showrooms when i was younger that i thought i'd love to have. this one, i didn't even know about till probably 95-96. i thought it was the perfect sleeper, and a few years ago, when i happened to stumble upon one for sale, i just had to get it. it's been the bane of my existence for some time now, but i still love it. sometimes.
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