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Old 08-06-2017, 02:31 PM
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Some of us might actually buy another one on the future and also (as I mentioned above) some people especially new people are concerned with prices when they buy their cars. If you don't want to read the thread or want to contribute, just scroll by.

Almost every day there is a thread titled "how much is this Vette worth?" People obviously care.

Originally Posted by cuisinartvette View Post
Worrying about worth is work if its that big a deal sell it and pay those credit cards off noones retiring off these.

Say they did increase, by the time you factor in ins, registration and maintenance youve gained nothing most times

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Old 08-06-2017, 03:32 PM
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Originally Posted by tomvr View Post
I've got a 78 which has not given me 5 seconds trouble, runs like a Timex watch and gets about 18 to 20 on the road. All without the added expense and risk of breakdown computers bring. As long as there is spark, fuel and oxygen, my car will run. No so simple with MAF, MAS, O2 sensors, etc, etc, etc.

Put gas in it, wash it and change my own oil is about all I do!

I can buy a lot of gas and carb rebuilds for what computer sensors and fuel injectors cost!
I've got a 78 also, as well as an 02. Totally agree with the differences you listed. Both cars have their pros and cons.
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Sorry wrong thread

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