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This is a discussion on Too old to drive the car? within the Everyday Impreza Talk forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by Ingo What's 40, after all? It's the new 20's... Cool.. 36 here Originally Posted by kmpiotrowski I ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingo View Post
    What's 40, after all? It's the new 20's...
    Cool.. 36 here

    Quote Originally Posted by kmpiotrowski View Post
    I object...I am in my 40's and I get lots of kisses blown at me, smiles and waves in my WREX, especially from 19 year "boys"
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    Where I come from there is NO driving until at least 18yrs old. The I had a motorbike for the first several years, simply because I preferred it and could not afford both car and bike. Idioticity still caught up with me... There are several stories I'm not getting into right here and now. Suffice it to say that I seem to have learned, since otherwise I'd be dead long ago. And I'll admit that there was a certain amount of luck on my side. Consider my comments just a call for caution, and the mistakes as occasions for learning...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    Both good posts here...until Mopar man mentioned he was 16, I had forgot. *****, you still are an idiot teenager


    Quote Originally Posted by Ingo View Post
    Where I come from there is NO driving until at least 18yrs old. The I had a motorbike for the first several years, simply because I preferred it and could not afford both car and bike. Idioticity still caught up with me... There are several stories I'm not getting into right here and now. Suffice it to say that I seem to have learned, since otherwise I'd be dead long ago. And I'll admit that there was a certain amount of luck on my side. Consider my comments just a call for caution, and the mistakes as occasions for learning...
    I can totally see where you're coming from. I don't disagree with you one bit, I guess I was just trying to defend myself even though I wasn't being attacked! We teenagers are an emotional bunch I guess.
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    Too old? I'm 50 and just bought a new WRX. Is there an age limit for fun? The car is just plain fun! Also have a BMW 540, Jeep Cherokee, and Honda CBR 900RR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    Both good posts here...until Mopar man mentioned he was 16, I had forgot. *****, you still are an idiot teenager
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    Did it really ***** *****?
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    I'm 45 and just got my first WRX. There's nothing wrong with being a "stupid" teenager.
    Honestly, I'm never hard on teenagers. Why because I was young and dumb once too and I frankly miss those days.. I did a LOT of stupid stuff with and without a car. Trust me guys just enjoy being young. One day you'll be like me and wake up 45 years old with a wife, a house, and kids and you'll say how the "F" did I get here??

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    Quote Originally Posted by MizzouDevil View Post
    So I stopped by the store to pick up a few things yesterday and this black gentleman walks by, stops and stares at the car, and blurs out "isn't this car too fast for you?" Say what??? I guess when you're 55, you're supposed to be driving some land yacht! NOT!! I'll be driving my REX, with trance and techno blasting in the cabin, until my knees give out! And my wife would agree as she'll turn 51 in July and loves tooling around town in her Camaro SS!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by josnroh View Post
    You can never typecast a wrx owner young or old,we are a diverse group,that's the beauty of it.
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    To fast for a 55 year, gosh--golly--gee--I hope not, I just got a 2013 white WRX 5 door and I'm 78.

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