Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 15:17:51 -0300 From: Chris Phillipo <Xcphilliponopsamympatico.ca> Subject: Re: Picking your poison
Jeffrey wrote: > From: Chris Phillipo <Xcphilliponopsamympatico.ca> > Newsgroups: > alt.autos.ford,alt.autos.toyota,alt.autos.toyota.camry,alt.autos.saab,alt.au > tos.pontiac,alt.autos.audi,alt.autos.subaru > Sent: Monday, July 12, 1999 3:19 PM > Subject: Re: Picking your poison > > Snip < > > > You're a smart guy, never mind the fact that the Fiero is a collector > item. > > That couldn't have anything to do with it now could it. Try comparing it > to a > > discontinued Japanese sports car, Nissan should have a book full of them. > > Thank you. I think I'm fairly intelligent. And that was my point > exactly, glad you could pick up on it so quickly. If you would have read > further... > > > > My conclusion from this is that in the end a used Japanese car is a just > > > used Japanese car. But American cars seem to become classics, no > matter > > > how poor they were to begin with. > snip < > > ...you see, I addressed the fact that the Fiero is NOW a classic car. > Certain American cars tend to become collectable. But, other than the > Toyota 2000GT, what Japanese car is highly desirable? Not even Nissan's > book of discontinued sports cars are highly sought after. Try just about any Supra or MR2. This pretty musch answers the rest of your pointless message also. -- __________________________________ Please remove "X" from email address to reply.