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      03-02-2012, 11:44 AM   #50
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Originally Posted by adc View Post
Of course, you can keep a car going 100 years after its manufacture date, as evidenced by numerous classic old timers. The question is though, how much money will you spend in the process?
The cars of 100 years ago or even 75 or 50 where made of METAL and had far fewer parts. Much easier and simpler to keep going.

I can't imagine what it would take to keep say an SMG M5 going for 100 years. I'll pass.
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