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antp BE

2012-08-08 18:18

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Andre Malraux RO

2012-08-08 18:54

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You never watch old movies, Antoine? All these cars are so boring! :o

rjluna2 US

2012-08-08 19:32

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Andre Malraux a écrit You never watch old movies, Antoine? All these cars are so boring! :o

Today's boring cars will be tomorrow classics ;)

Andre Malraux RO

2012-08-08 19:48

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I don't think so. For instance: in 1985, a 1958 car (a then 27 years old car), was already classic. But a 1985 car (a 27 years old car) is still not classic. If, in 27 years, it not became classic, it means it will never become. The reason is simple: 1980s cars are too ugly for become classic. So are all post 1980 cars. :p

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Nightrider RU

2012-08-08 20:22

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Today's cars just doesn't live so long.)

ingo DE

2012-08-08 20:27

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Nightrider a écrit Today's cars just doesn't live so long.)

That's wrong, sorry. The mayn electronic items are indeed a problem for a log life, but the rust preservation and also the quality of the making are indeed better than in the past. Even as a classic car fan I have to admit that. But this doesn't change the fact, that all modern cars are boring anyways.

Andre Malraux RO

2012-08-08 20:34

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ingo a écrit That's wrong, sorry.


I think Nightrider wants to say that, today, people change cars too fast for they live a long time.

But even if they would live a long time, they wold not become classic. Take this 1985 Dacia 1310, for instance: Link to "www.daciaclub.ro" . Will never become classic, because the beautiful 1310 identical with R12 second series which we produced until '86 or '87 was destroyed with this ugly grill. It also has a very ugly steering wheel. :o

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antp BE

2012-08-08 21:27

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Andre Malraux a écrit You never watch old movies, Antoine? All these cars are so boring! :o

Cars are maybe boring in recent movies, but I find old movies boring :p
If you want more old cars from old movies, watch them and add pictures instead of generating off-topic pollution on my movie page :p

Andre Malraux a écrit But a 1985 car (a 27 years old car) is still not classic.

Depends for who... To me it is.
Back then I doubt that a 1958 car was seen in the same way as now.
You also have to take age of "viewer" in account.

Nightrider a écrit Today's cars just doesn't live so long.)

As Ingo said, lots of things were improved.
The current car of my mother is a Peugeot 106 that is 10-year old and works fine, no breakdown, no rust.
30 years ago she had a Renault 5 which after five years couldn't be used anymore in Belgium: too much rust to pass the technical inspection!
But now people change their car much faster than needed: how many perfectly fine cars end up in junkyards?

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Sandie SX

2012-08-08 22:04

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I see plenty of 1980-85 cars at classic car shows and in classic car magazines... Sometimes even newer cars than that. So obviously some people consider them to be classics. There is a growing amount of interest in these cars. I prefer to see a rare car from the eighties than something like a Beetle, Minor or MGB which is done to death at such shows.

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S 415 GT DE

2012-08-08 22:10

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This is already a classic.

Andre Malraux RO

2012-08-08 22:24

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antp a écrit Cars are maybe boring in recent movies, but I find old movies boring :p


Hmmm... I say nothing about that. Only one example: the fantastic (surrealiste) film "Un soir, un train" (1968), with Yves Montand and Anouk Aimee, made by your compatriot Andre Delvaux, is a masterpiece. Is one of my favourite movies. ;)

antp a écrit If you want more old cars from old movies, watch them and add pictures instead of generating off-topic pollution on my movie page :p


OK sir, sorry sir, never again sir! :)

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Nightrider RU

2012-08-08 22:35

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antp a écrit

But now people change their car much faster than needed: how many perfectly fine cars end up in junkyards?


Yep. And I'm sure that manufacturers keeping this fact in mind...

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