Musings following a BBQ and drink. Post 1.

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kenny38
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I have owned my SP for 32 years now. It had a new engine 30 years ago. It started with absolute zero on the clock and 30 years later it has 101K. Obviously the clock stops at 100K. Now I havent used my SP for anything but city "meets" or nearby during this time and done only around 3-4K per year. I see cars advertised with ....say....37K only or even lower. This is plainly, mostly crap. Probably been around the clock twice. Hi, Martin!! You are a good looking feller. Don't think we haven't noticed.
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kenny38 wrote:I have owned my SP for 32 years now. It had a new engine 30 years ago. It started with absolute zero on the clock and 30 years later it has 101K. Obviously the clock stops at 100K. Now I havent used my SP for anything but city "meets" or nearby during this time and done only around 3-4K per year. I see cars advertised with ....say....37K only or even lower. This is plainly, mostly crap. Probably been around the clock twice. Hi, Martin!! You are a good looking feller. Don't think we haven't noticed.
Kenny38 :lol:
We have a 22 year old car with only 22k on the clock. It's only used on high days and holidays and currently, not at all. Genuine mileages do exist!
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