I had an AutoNation Ford dealer give me so much shit about trying to find body parts for that truck. “That truck ain’t worth shit, so it’s dumb to waste any kinda money on it.” I turned around and walked right out of the place.Move Restore Revive Physical Therapy Shirt. Much of this era got cash for clunkers. So I won’t be surprised if there will be a weird late 90s rarity thing going for the next decade or. So as the millennials’ kids go off to college and they start to influence the market. When I saw the picture the first thing I thought was “wow you know. When all cars looked like that there was nothing remarkable about it. But looking back now it has a cool style to it”
I had a 2003 Impala that belonged to my grandparents. I briefly left the family with her ex-husband. Returned when my mom bought it, was passed to my brother.Move Restore Revive Physical Therapy Shirt. It was the car I took to college and had been totaled half a dozen times. And had a silver bumper and red door (the car was cappuccino frost metallic). I sold it after some kid slid on the ice and rear-ended it while it was parked for the low sum of $200. I regret it so much. Like I was to the point of hating that POS but there was pride in a car that had been in the family since it was new. It makes me wish I could track it down and buy it back.
The same thing happened with scouts and Broncos in the 90s. My uncle bought a 1980 scout brand new. Diesel 4 speed with factory A/c.Move Restore Revive Physical Therapy Shirt. And nobody cared about it. It was another old POS for most people. My friend’s dad has an 83 Toyota truck. He bought a lifetime warranty for the exhaust back then. They keep asking him when he will change his truck, probably because they won’t have to honor that warranty. I found that out when I took my 70s KZ1000 to the to have some new tires put on. About three different salespeople tried to convince me to buy a newer bike. “You can’t get parts for it anymore, but you can for this 2018 1800cc v twin boomer mobile that has half the power and a quarter of the handling as your old bike”.