I'm actually surprised as many survived as they did! Think of how many would've been taken out by a combo of bad roads, and unexperienced drivers. It's not like riding a horse, (or any other car really) and you always here stories of people trying to get them to stop by pulling on the wheel and yelling "whoa!"
I'm always shocked of the low value of Model T's... and I attribute that mostly to the fact that there are so many surviving.
Originally Posted by Boyz in da Park
Non-SRT Neons. Especially first gen. Used to be everywhere.
When I was 18 I wanted a 1994 Ford Probe GT (looking back now, I wonder WHY????) or a VW Corrado. Anyhow, $4.50/hour retail employed me couldn't afford either of the then $20K plus price tag so I never got either one. Of the two, I have seen a few Corrado's in the wild (i.e. not at a car show) However, I cannot remember the last time I saw a Ford Probe. Sorry, can't link pictures due to work computer being a jerk, but you guys know what they look like.
13 CSG Wolfsburg GTI
2016 Moonlight Blue Pearl Touareg
Previous '11 Routan SE/RSE - '08 CW R32 # 154 (Traded in 5-29-13) '02 Passat Wagon '67 Beetle
(Actually, the Passats all seem to have gone to Eastern Europe.)
Last edited by Lifelong Obsession; 09-30-2016 at 03:44 PM.
I actually saw one yesterday but thought to myself "That's a car I never see".
Sure, it been out of production for 20 years, but still.
Thread is full of cars I see constantly