[urq] Gobi beige urq FS @ local garage

Brandon Rogers brogers at terrix.com
Mon Mar 8 17:45:34 EST 2004

I think (well I know) what Dennis meant is that if a car reaches a
stratospheric value, then most
people are afraid to drive it for fear of getting in a wreck, etc....Kinda
like all the people
 who don't drive their Ferraris for fear of a wreck, door dings, etc.....
...a shame.....


> I don't see the logic in making a decision upon whether or not you drive a
> car based upon its value either.  If everyone had that mindset there'd be
> such thing as historic racing.  When one steps back and looks at the big
> picture, the urq would be lucky to achieve a state where the well
> examples sell for $25K ... which means that a significant percentage of
> other cars on the road is as valuable or more ...
> Steve B
> San Jose, Kaleefohnia (USA)
> >
> > > Hopefully somebody will rescue it.  Maybe nobody has
> > because the mechanic
> > > thinks it's worth $7500?  Granted I know nothing of the
> > car...but $7500 for
> > > one that has been sitting outside for a couple years??  It
> > > better be in damn
> > > good mechanical shape.....
> >
> > Seconded!
> > I desparately hope someone rescues it, but I don't consider
> > $7500 cars as "rescue" or "project cars".
> > Many animal breeds/species have "rescue" funds and locations.
> > We should probably start an "URQ Rescue Society". Seriously.
> > Then again it's like dollars- the more there are the less
> > yours is worth. Sort of. But alas, I don't want mine to be
> > worth large sums of money, I want to be able to _drive_ and enjoy it.
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