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Lets see two 39's adds up to 78,that just might be my I-Q for having two of these beasts. wink.gif" border="0

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Benefits of AACA Membership.

I am 49 and one car is 55 while the other 2 cars are 52. Daily drivers are much new then that.

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I have managed to make it to 45, my family can't understand how. I have been in this hobby since my first car, a 1929 Studebaker, that I got when 17. Still have a 1929 Studebaker, but not the same one.

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75 and still going - usualy. cars are 86 &71

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I'm 47, a little less than average for our local group. My cars' ages are:<P>37 - MGB<BR>55 - Dodge sedan<BR>65 - Morris 8<BR>73 - Nash sedan<BR>78 - T Speedster<BR>86 - American LaFrance<BR>90 - KisselKar<BR>96 - Orient Buckboard<P>So the age of the oldest vehicle minus my age is 49. Any bigger numbers in the crowd?

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I came up with a difference of 66 for myself. I am 29 and have a 1907 Premier. But, it is a project. If you would prefer, I came up with 60 for my 1913 Buick which I have toured with quite a bit.

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48 and holding. Have a 55 Pontiac and a 72 Corvette. Just bought a 67 Amphicar and my wife and friends think I am looking for my youth. Hopefully I won't show them I could be a fool by sinking it! smile.gif" border="0

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I'll be 40 in August - hopefully my wife won't buy black balloons for me like I did for her when she turned 40.<P>I thing there is an old French saying that goes something like: by the time you are old enough to know what to do, you are too old to do anything about it. rolleyes.gif" border="0 <P>cj

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I was new in '47,my cars; '32 Ford Rod, '35 Ford Rod, '56 Chevy Sedan Delivery, '65 Corvette coupe. I'm only a half.... rodder, so give me a break. Wayne grin.gif" border="0

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41, started in AACA at 19

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I am 27 years old now. I bought my first antique car when I was 24.<P>Julio

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63 years, 364 days, but feel 40 look 30 and act 20 (or is that 16) sometimes cool.gif" border="0 double all sometimes frown.gif" border="0 ,cars 39 and 35 when resting smile.gif" border="0, double that sometimes mad.gif" border="0, but Life's Great grin.gif" border="0grin.gif" border="0

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Im 32 years old with a '56 ford convt I started when I was 19. Finally drove it 2 weeks ago..

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I'm 46, the car is 62 and we're celebrating 30 years of ownership this month.

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My Gosh, Big D is my same age, and Burgess who acts 22, is only 9 years younger!! At 63, my cars are a 1935, 1939 (2), 1948, 1971, 1966 and 1976. Started with '39s at 16 and joined AACA at 23. Have owned 72 cars since 1955, and all were stock.

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Gee Earl, no hot rods? Now is that in keeping with the NEW AACA spirit? rolleyes.gif" border="0<p>[ 07-22-2002: Message edited by: hvs ]

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