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Pastimes : The no EV Car Nut Thread

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To: Tom Clarke who wrote (13)4/24/2024 10:56:08 AM
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My old XJ Cherokee that I factory ordered new, back in 1999, still runs like the Energizer bunny, with over 365,000 miles on the original, never rebuilt drive train, and it still looks good as well. One of the last real Jeeps. I'll keep it forever.

I regretfully sold my Camaro toys when I moved last year and am now kinda looking for another rather inexpensive older convertible weekend cruiser. Maybe a LT1 C4 Corvette or even an early 90's XK8 Jag. Nice, low mileage examples of either one can be had for low 5 figure prices or even a bit less.If I really want 3 pedals, it would have to be the Vette, though..

Connected Vehicle Data Now Up For Grabs By Intelligence Agencies

Yes, practically all new cars and trucks can be remotely accessed and your personal data uploaded, either by the auto companies or the government. They can remotely shut down your engine as well. New vehicles are basically computers on wheels. No thanks, not for me.
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