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This is a discussion on just a noob within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by YBNormal07 Another welcome from another "oldie but goodie". I never did check...am I the oldest? Born in ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by YBNormal07
    Another welcome from another "oldie but goodie". I never did check...am I the oldest? Born in 62...hah!
    I think smorris and shotgun have you beat..
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    Quote Originally Posted by RayfieldsWRX
    I think smorris and shotgun have you beat..

    Drat...er...I mean...hooray!!!
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    Funny thing is the dealer I am buying from says that the majority of their STI buyers are from 35 to 45. I didn't beleive it at first, but looks like that wasn't far off. I think the Evo crowd is younger, so us old folk seem to gravitate toward the 'more practical' Suby.

    I have been lucky to have a wife who supports my bad habits and no kids to drain discretionary funds.Its seems almost backwards, but just found day to day driving I never really got to use all that power but had plenty of instances where I wished they would go better on backroads. I certainly wont miss the stigma that goes with owning a vette. I'm too young (for an old guy) and dont have the big belly, or feel that in crisis. I always though the Z06 had superwide seats, but after seeing the main demographic, I understand they had to allow for more generously proportioned mature pilots

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    Quote Originally Posted by YBNormal07
    Drat...er...I mean...hooray!!!
    December 1961 here ...
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